This blog is written by Dominic Simon, who recently undertook both his undergraduate law degree and LPC at Nottingham Law School and has now secured a training contract with Shakespeare Martineau.
Getting a first will help you stand out to law firms and employers generally.
Written by Laura Barrett and Andreea Serban, students at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University.
Written by Megan Brown, LLB (Hons) Law (full-time)
Last week I visited Nottingham’s Employment Tribunal Centre (ET) for the first time hoping to observe a case.
The Government Legal Profession will be attending the Nottingham Law School Law Fair at Nottingham Trent University on 22 January 2019.
Author: Brian Sanya Mondoh, Qualified as a Barrister in England and Wales, Trainee Attorney-at-Law, Trinidad and Tobago
The Bar Council (UK) recently conducted a survey into public attitudes towards the justice system in England and Wales and it was
Billy Shaw is a trainee solicitor at Rothera Sharp where he is completing his first seat in civil litigation and debt recovery. He joined the firm in September 2018 after gaining a first-class degree in Law at Nottingham Trent University.
Sarah Jane Lenihan
Senior Family Solicitor
Yesterday was a first for me in my career (and hopefully the first of many to come) appearing in front of the bright lights at Channel 5 Studio giving my thoughts on the recommendations of Age UK on the divo
GDL student, Ojeda Smith, has been awarded a full fee scholarship by one of Bermuda’s leading law-firms, Wakefield Quin. Find out what advice Ojeda would give to students and read about her scholarship.
Written by Lauren Kilbride, placement student at the Legal Advice Centre.