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Law Tutor

Read the full article at Job Profile Teaching - Law Tutor Contract Type Permanent Job Purpose We are seeking a Tutor to teach Equity or Public LawA Law School tutor has the following core areas of responsibility: Teaching on a range of law...

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The Call To Public Service

Read the full article at An Alumna’s Journey to the Bench Rachel Ross Krause (’96) has an easy answer for why she became a lawyer.“I’d like to say that I was inspired by Perry Mason or ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’,” she said. “But really it’s...

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Sarah-Jane Legge and Holly Moore graduate with Firsts

Read the full article at Both graduands are studying on the Trailblazer Solicitor Apprenticeship scheme in partnership with CILEx Law School and The City Law School.First published Thursday, 6 th August, 2020 • by John Stevenson (Senior Communications...

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Law Schools Should Permanently Change Because Of COVID-19

Read the full article at A lot of digital ink has been spent over the past several months about how the legal profession could change for the better because of COVID-19. Indeed, virtual court conferences, work-from-home policies, and other practices...

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Amelia’s story

Read the full article at FeatureAmelia Mah, from Scotland, graduated in 2020 with her Undergraduate LLB Degree and is now studying for her Diploma in Professional Legal Practice After this and from August 2021, Amelia will be joining one of the...

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Are Good Law Firms ‘Woke’?

Read the full article at Shoot!I wrote a book that was fast asleep. The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Practicing Law argues that you should do your very best on every project (and that may not be good enough), you should be responsible, you should be diligent,...

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