• How to be a successful law studentRebecca Morgan, Law Student, University of Hertfordshire

    Ultimately the end goal for any student doing a law degree is the same: get the best result you can, plus the best knowledge, skills and experience to secure your place in

  • How to cope with first yearBy Sofia Gymer, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    The first year of university carries the reputation of being a hedonistic utopia, filled exclusively with partying, drinking and debauchery with your newfound best friends. With such high expectations, it’s not

  • Law Modules – First YearBy Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    If you’re looking to study law, or have even confirmed your place at university and are packing everything (literally) you own into boxes in preparation for the big moving day, you

  • Law Summer SchoolBy Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    The first year of your law degree is soon going to be drawing to a close. Time for a summer of lounging around, having delicious meals served up by your parents

  • Organising a MootMaudie Powell-Tuck, All About Law

    If you are interested in mooting, the very first thing you need to do is find out who is in charge of organising the moots at your university. Some law schools

  • The importance of choosing the right law modulesTom Mountford, LLB Graduate, University of Kent

    Are my law modules choices important? Employers in the legal sector, usually request a module-by-module breakdown of your marks. Therefore, it’s really important to choose the right modules. All students taking the LLB

  • What you should be doing in your first year of your law degreeRebecca Morgan, Law Student, University of Hertfordshire

    Starting university can be challenging enough, so looking for work experience and networking may be the last thing on your mind. But if you want a career in law, it’s fundamental