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Future Legal Mind 2017: Essay Submission

Future Legal Mind is a national award for UK resident students, set up by National Accident Helpline to recognise young legal talent. The award, run in association with legal industry publication Lawyer 2B, is now an annual scheme following its successful launch in 2014, aims to identify the next generation of high fliers in the…

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The American Election: A Flaw in Democracy!

I am sure you have seen the news. What could have been monumental; America’s first female president, and a message to the world that we are stronger together, did not come true. The undeniable truth remains that the democratic ideology has borne more flaws than needed in the recent months. It has failed to be…

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The Law Society’s Black History Month Inspiration Evening 2016

The Law Society of England and Wales held for the sixth year, an event in London to celebrate Black History Month. The inspirational evening was chaired by Stephanie Boyce and featured a line-up of speakers including Claudine Adeyemi, Joy Akah-Douglas, District Judge (MC) Tan Ikram, and Tom Lawal. Christina Blacklaws who is the deputy vice-president of The…

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A Student’s Perspective: 7 Tips For The New Law Student

This post is a reflection on my first and second years studying law. It aims to enlighten the 1st year students on what it is like being a law student, the expectations and the sacrifices you might have to make along the way. This has been divided into seven tips that might help you cope…

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