In this category, you will find all things law school related, including study tips, but posts will range from navigating first to final year, making friends, networking and so much more.
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As a law graduate myself, I know a thing or two about studying law having been a law. This blog post reveals 7 things you should know before studying law in university. Some may come as a shock and others won’t. Read on to find out what they are!
When it comes to answering legal problem questions, there is one foolproof method of answering these types of questions. It is known in many different names but in essence, it is the same principle. It is known as the ILAC method.…
So, I see that you’re interested in qualifying as a solicitor? Well, this isn’t easy to say but there is a long road ahead of you. Long road. But if this is your calling, if you are driven and ready for the long road ahead, then you have chosen a remarkable and worthy profession. I haven’t met one person who has told me that they are not proud of the hard work they have put in to qualify as a solicitor. Yes there are long nights and tiredness and all of the rest of it but I am a big believer that hard work always pays off in the end.
You’ve made it this far which can only mean one thing:
You want to become a lawyer in Ireland.
Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place as this blog post will highlight how to qualify as a Barrister in Ireland.
Freedom never felt so good.
And now we can finally recover and reminisce.
Exam season is over, and you couldn’t be any happier. In other words, no more will you have to wake up early in the morning to squeeze in last minute studies. No more will you have to decline your friend’s invitation to go out for dinner because you have a 10 am exam on Torts. And no more will you have to study for excessive amounts of time.
It is done and to sum up, you couldn’t be happier.