English Law for International Students

English Law for International Students

As an international student, the prospect of studying in another country is an exciting, yet daunting opportunity that will undoubtedly bring new opportunities and challenges. I am one of these students. My name is Keagan van Wijk and I am a South African student...
Legal careers that don’t require a degree

Legal careers that don’t require a degree

There are many career options within the legal industry and not all of them require years of study or even a degree. With the high cost of a university education, an alternative route into a legal career might be attractive to many. There are legal apprenticeships...
The life of a first-year law student

The life of a first-year law student

There is a big jump from school to university and many students approach their first year unsure of what to expect. We’ve spoken to a current first-year law student at Brunel University who has kindly shared some top tips for students looking to start their law...
5 inspirational women in law

5 inspirational women in law

100 years ago, some women in the UK gained the vote for the first time. A year later, the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act was passed and women could become qualified lawyers for the first time. In celebration of the progress made on women’s rights, we’ve looked at...
Pursuing a non-traditional legal career

Pursuing a non-traditional legal career

Navigating the pursuit of a non-traditional career within the legal sector can be difficult. This article is aimed at those who are struggling to identify legal roles outside of the traditional solicitor or barrister jobs which often dominate the conversation of...