Brighton Law School blog

Brighton University Alumni, Komal Joshi

We are formally inviting you all to a talk on 3rd November at 5-6:30 in Mithras House 218 hosted by our very own Brighton Alumni, ‘Komal Joshi’. She is now a pupil barrister at 12 College Place and is progressing immensely in her career. Komal was once like us, she came to Brighton to study Law…

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Put Yourself to the Test for Justice!

With Walk the Thames, the Great Legal Quiz and London Marathon ballot deadline fast approaching this is your last chance to sign up and support access to justice this autumn!   Walk (or run) the Thames  – Saturday 28th October – 8.30am or 12:30pm start Keen walkers and runners can join in this picturesque walk…

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Darlingtons Solicitors

Craig Sharpe is going to be coming in on Wednesday 22nd November in M218 at 4pm along with Noel Inge of ILEX to talk with students studying the CPE and 3rd Year Students studying LLB about potential opportunities after graduation:   The inside track on what law firms and clients now look for in trainee and…

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Step into Law

  Step into Law hosted by the University of Law. This is the first workshop that is catered towards applications relating to vacation schemes and training contracts. This is an excellent opportunity for all years, but especially those in second and first year looking to become solicitors or barristers. Do not miss your chance to…

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Brighton University Negotiation Competition 2017/18

Why take part? Negotiation skills are crucial to future lawyers, as many disputes do not go to court but instead are settled by way of a negotiated agreement.  The University of Brighton negotiation competition offers you the opportunity to learn about the role of negotiation in the profession and the chance to practice preparing for…

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Law School Challenge 2017/18

Interested in winning a prestigious award at the House of Commons? If you register by 24th October, you can even win the early bird prize; a session with top lawyers from Hardwicke Chambers and a city law firm!   My name is Ying and I volunteer at both LawWorks and Bar Pro Bono Unit on the Law School Challenge….

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City Solicitors Horizons

City Solicitors Horizons is a pioneering initiative to significantly improve first year undergraduates’ access to the legal profession. City Solicitors Horizons is supported by the City of London Solicitors’ Company, the City Solicitors’ Educational Trust (CSET), The Legal Education Foundation (TLEF) and leading City law firms.   About the City Solicitors Horizons programme: 50 talented first year…

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This year LawCareers.Net has launched a new ‘Starting Out’ hub which is designed for new users of the site. It covers a number of key constituencies.   The first of these is the First Year Zone which is sponsored by Slaughter and May. In particular for first years, check out the opportunities page.   LawCareers.Net…

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LegalTalent Competition

LegalTalent, a key strand of LegalWeek Connect, offers students and universities the unique opportunity to showcase their abilities and the excellence of their educational institutions to the world’s premier law firms – LegalTalent Competition.   The Challenge How can the legal profession change to better manage generational differences, inclusivity and diversity for future business success?  …

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Oxford University Law Books

Oxford University Press books are available via the Law Trove Oxford University Press website here (collections). By purchasing a collection from the Law Trove website, your books are available as online resources as well with internet access.   “The 2017 subject collections are available for student purchase now for just £49.99. Students get 12 months’ digital…

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Blogging Opportunity

Brighton University Law Students have been offered an amazing opportunity to assist with writing articles for a Law Firm, Wells Burcombe LLP. In order to be chosen, you will need email and sumbit your post by Monday 16th October. The post should be no more than 600 words and must be based upon one…

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