December: Year 2 of the Barrister-at-Law Degree Programme

You know what time it is. – it’s time to unpack this intense month. (teehee). Intensive advocacy was, well, intense…. It does what it says on the tin and that is exactly what was served on us. It was intensive…

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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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Top 5 tips to prepare for open book exams

If you’re reading this, it means that at some point you have or you will be sitting open book exams. And I am here to share my tips to excel in your open book exams.

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The (honest) truth about Open Book Exams

So let’s talk about open book exams. And let’s be very real and honest about them. It’s 5pm on May 27th. It is a beautiful summer’s day and it has been one week since finishing up on my exams. Little…

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5 Things To Do After Your Law Exams

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.

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