Living in LondonBilly Sexton Billy Sexton
Whether you come from a big city or from a quieter neighbourhood, the move to London is an exciting and thrilling experience. You may feel slightly apprehensive about such a move to the capital of the UK. This article seeks to dispel these fears, leaving you fully prepared for life in the city.
Living in the UKBy Anna Vall Navés By Anna Vall Navés
If you’re looking to study or practise law in the UK, you might be having a hard time deciding where to settle. The UK is an excellent place to study and work, and all of its cities offer something special. Here, we outline some of the things you should be on the lookout for when deciding where to move.
Overcoming the language barrierJos Weale Jos Weale
When you move to another country to study, the language barrier can be one of the major factors to contribute to culture shock. As you live, eat and breathe in another language it can certainly be exhausting, at least at first, but rest assured 24-hour immersion in a language and culture is one sure fire way of learning the lingo.