• First year: coping with stressTuula Petersen

    In the first year of your LLB, you’ll be moving to a new place, starting a new programme of study and socialising with a whole new group of people. Understandably, this can get quite stressful. Here, we talk about how you cope at this crucial time.

  • How to be a successful law studentRebecca Morgan and Tuula Petersen

    Ultimately the end goal for any student doing a law degree is the same: achieve good grades and build a range of knowledge, skills and experience to secure your place in the legal world.

    But what is the recipe for success? Well, it won’t just boil down to what you do in your academic studies. Thinking ahead and applying for work experience, attending law-related events and learning to network are fundamental to reaching your goal and will make you stand out from the fierce competition.

  • 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

    Summer school is a great way to build upon what you've learnt in first year so far, and can consolidate the principles you've already encountered in your LLB. It also looks great on your CV... 

  • Organising a MootMaudie Powell-Tuck

    Mooting is a great way to emulate a real-life courtroom scenario, and put all that you're learning into practice. Here's how you should go about setting up your own moot. 

  • The importance of choosing the right law modulesTom Mountford

    Upon arriving at university for the start of your LLB, you'll face a big academic choice: which modules to take. Here, an LLB graduate talks you through it.