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LLB Final Years

It’s the final countdown. Crunch time. D-Day. Your final year is chock-a-block with job applications, revision and the dreaded exams. Take a break. Have a read of these articles.

Overcoming problem areas in academic qualifications Extract adapted from 'Working in Law' by Charlie Philips

Application systems across the legal profession are heavily focused on academic grades. The general requirements for most employers will be A grades at A-level and GCSE, at least a 2:1 in your degree, and at least a commendation on the GDL and/or...

What you should be doing in the final year of your law degree By Billy Sexton, Editor,

Final year, eh? That came around quickly, didn’t it!? Well not to worry, it means you’re a year closer to landing a training contract with your dream law firm. Speaking of training contracts, what you should be doing in final year starts as soon...

Law Dissertation By Billy Sexton, Editor,

The final year of your LLB is here, which means it’s time to put together a lovely 10,000 or so word law dissertation. Gone are the days of first year where a casual 2,000 word essay would be enough to secure 50% of your module marks. Even the...



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