Areas of Law
Volunteering Abroad: Q&A with Jordan Eitler
August 2, 2018
5 Lifehacks for Law Students
June 19, 2018
A-Z of Surviving and Thriving Your Way Through Law School
June 12, 2018
7 Ways To Make a Subject Enjoyable
April 25, 2018
How a Law Degree is Like a Relationship
December 18, 2018
Working Abroad: Q&A with Harrison Roubin
November 5, 2018
#Studygrams To Up Your Study Game
October 16, 2018
The Priestley 11 of TV and Movies
September 25, 2018
July 6, 2016
1. Mail/courier management, You’ll be the one printing off all the incoming correspondence, or sorting the outgoing correspondence into envelopes to go to their
May 5, 2016
Sometimes the interviewee needs to become the interviewer. Job interviews are just as much about you interviewing the firm as they are interviewing you. We are
October 26, 2015
There once was a magical job advertisement that would help solve the lack of employment opportunities for law graduates. Alas, there’s a catch. It’s going to co
October 13, 2015
Whether you are leaving the university nest and flying into the big world of scary jobs or you are looking for a casual pub job to cover textbooks, you will...
September 3, 2015
I am in the enviable position of having left my part-time, low wage job in retail for part-time work at the community legal centre where I interned...
August 6, 2015
“How can I get experience if you won’t give me a job?!” This is the question we all scream out after scrolling through the dozens of apparent entry level and...
June 18, 2015
So you’ve got your first law job and you’re keen to put some of that legal learning into practice. If you’ve never worked in a law firm before...
September 16, 2014
It’s no secret that this isn’t exactly the ideal time to be a law graduate. The competition for jobs is fierce and it begins long before graduation. In such...
April 21, 2014
You’ve most likely heard the worrying news that now is one of the toughest times in recent history to be searching for a graduate legal job.
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