Tag: Masters degrees
Simpson Millar paralegal with endometriosis asks public to help fund her Oxford BCL course so she can become a barrister
‘There are not many people who make it to the bar as a disabled person’
What it’s like to quit practising law aged 27 to do an LLM
City University Professor of International Economic Law David Collins has never looked back
Queen Mary Uni and Sorbonne get together in Paris to launch double LLM
Brexit? What Brexit?
Survival Tips For Baby Barristers At The Publicly Funded Bar
Last week, David Cameron’s former chief-of-staff, Alex Deane, explained to Legal Cheek why he tired...
If Pupillage Portal Doesn’t Work Then It’s The New York Bar
OccupyTheInns ponders the merits of a high risk, yet potentially high reward, plan B This...
An LLM Can ‘Count Against’ Training Contract Hunters
LLMs are intellectually tough, time-consuming and not all law firms like them, warns LegalAware Students...
MASTERING WHAT, EXACTLY?
Follow @FellowsAdam Bar graduate Adam Fellows isn’t convinced doing a masters degree is a good...