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Hot Law Students Fuel Valentine’s Spike In University ‘Spotted’ Facebook Posts

Recently a wave of university-wide “Spotted” pages have appeared on Facebook – enabling students to comment anonymously on fellow library and lecture hall users. In the run-up to Valentine’s Day, the posts on these pages have grown increasingly amorous. As you’d expect, with their natural beauty, brains and charm, law students have been generating plenty of… Read more »

At Least You’re Not an Italian Trainee Lawyer…

As English law students worry about the possible scrapping of the minimum trainee solicitor salary, and groan about the miserly £12K minimum award paid to pupil barristers, spare a thought for rookie lawyers in Euro-crisis hit Italy. The other day, 25 year-old trainee lawyer Michela Moretti told the Guardian:

LSE Students in Freedom of Expression Battle as They Refuse to Remove Jesus and Mohammed Cartoons

The London School of Economics (LSE) Student Union Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society (LSESU ASH) has refused to comply with a call from the university’s union to remove cartoons featuring Jesus and Mohammed from its Facebook page. The image that has generated most controversy is apparently one of the pair drinking a pint together. ‘There… Read more »