Tag: University of Oxford

11 things you’ll only understand if you study law at the University of Oxford

Are you your college’s textbook snake?

Nov 24 2017 10:34am

‘A+ trolling’: Oxford University Law School makes Vote Leave jibe in official exam report

Thanked students for not writing answers on buses

Nov 20 2017 12:55pm

Unconscious bias? Oxford SU urges law faculty to ban its ‘damaging’ gowns policy during moots

Students who do better in their exams wear different gowns to their ‘commoner’ peers

Nov 14 2017 12:37pm

We asked the head of Durham Law School if Doxbridge is a thing

He kind of thinks it is -- but not everyone agrees

Nov 10 2017 9:14am

Oxford law grad sues Jesus College for loss of earnings after being ‘denied reasonable adjustments’ in her exams

24-year-old's solicitor talks to Legal Cheek about the rationale behind the claim

Aug 9 2017 9:57am

The Oxford University gown debate, from a law student’s perspective

Is wearing different gowns depending on your grades morally wrong?

Jun 30 2017 9:06am

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’

May 12 2017 1:27pm

Research: Oxford graduates top law school earnings power table, pocketing £61,500

Government data reveals vast pay gap among LLB holders

Dec 16 2016 11:20am