Final Weekend of Year 1: on the Barrister-at-Law Degree Programme

It’s the final weekend of Year 1 of the Modular programme in King Inns for part-timers – and what a weekend it has been. This weekend we encountered a new topic – Ethics. Now, I had mixed feelings about this…

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The Do’s And Dont’s Of Essay-Writing For Law Students

If you want to excel in your essay writing abilities, there are a couple of do’s and dont’s that you need to be aware of when it comes to essay writing in law school. Essay writing is every law student’s…

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How to Plan a 1st Class Law Essay for Law Students

Trying to get a 1st class grade in general is as difficult as it sounds. To get a 1st class grade in your law essay is even tougher. There’s no long or short about it. But today is your lucky day because I will be sharing with you how to plan to write a 1st class essay !

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Sitting The King’s Inns Mock BL Exams As A Part-time Student

Let’s debrief on the KI mock exams… ! So, I have sat the Kings Inns mock exams which took place in March. To start off, they were a really good way to get an insight into what to expect for…

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Barrister-Diaries: 6 months as a Barrister-at-Law student

I can’t believe that I’m 6 months into the BL course. I am siting the mock exams next month. Time is flying by and even though I am not noticing it but we are well over 50% through the course. I have to say that despite the intensity of the BL course, which this month certainly was, I feel like I am starting to settle into it and a routine.

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