Posts tagged "law"
It seems to be around that time of year again when everyone around you is panicking about their “next big career move”.
As a Law student, you may or may not have heard about the importance of getting involved in pro bono work in some form or another.
“The notion that Uber in London is a mosaic of 30,000 small businesses linked by a common ‘platform’ is to our minds faintly ridiculous”.
You’ve got your foot in the door and secured that all important pupillage interview.
Getting pupillage is tough, so how do you tackle that first step and craft a successful pupillage application?
We spoke to Tom Sherrington, a Nottingham Law School BPTC graduate and current pupil at Kenworthy’s Chambers for his advice.
Rob Manning, BPTC senior lecturer (Advocacy Cup event organiser)
The Advocacy Cup is an inter-varsity trial advocacy competition, in which the universities of Oxford and Cambridge and the universities of Leicester and Nottingham compete in successive
Dr Helen O’Nions, Nottingham Law School
The International right to seek and enjoy asylum found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is now under considerable threat.
The creative arts play a key role in generating economic growth and prosperity in the UK. Great ideas and concepts can lead to reputational and financial success and inevitably be coveted by others in the industry.
by Catarina Sjölin (Nottingham Law School) and Felicity Gerry QC (Charles Darwin University)
Next week the Supreme Court will have the chance to put right a judicially-created injustice when the appeal of Ameen Jogee is heard.
Whilst politicians may reassure us that measures such as Control Orders and TPims were introduced to protect the innocent from the atrocities witnessed in New York, London and Madrid, the erosion of the Rule of Law and concepts which are supposed cor