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LLB Second Years

The second year of the LLB is when things start to heat up: there are applications to mini-pupillages, vacation schemes and training contracts to consider. Here are a bunch of helpful articles to get you on the ball.

The Erasmus year - What's it like? Tom Mountford, LLB Graduate, University of Kent

Undertaking a law degree and spending one year of it abroad studying at a foreign university is a challenge. But, the rewards are certainly worth the extra effort. Writing from my own experience and those of several friends who have also studied...

Will mooting help my law career? Zoe Evans, Law Graduate

Being a law undergraduate is not easy. You work hard to try and achieve the best possible grade you can, only to be told that it is still not enough to guarantee your future. On top of getting a good class degree, you need an endless amount of...

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

The fun-filled fresher days are sadly over and after a summer of clinging on to your youth it’s time to go back to university and start the second year of your law degree. We hope you found our advice on what you should be doing in your first...

External Mooting By Sofia Gymer, Editor,

If you just can’t get enough of mooting, keep an eye out because it’s very likely that your university will be entering teams into external moots. This gives you a chance to flex your muscles and get super competitive with the best students...


  • Summer Placement 2018

    £285 per week
    Southampton, Reading, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, Leeds and Edinburgh
    Deadline: 28/02/2018

  • 2020 Training Contract

    Withers LLP
    Salary £37,000 for first year trainees, £40,000 for second year trainees
    London, Hong Kong
    Deadline: 31/07/2018

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    London, Milton Keynes
    Deadline: 05/01/2018


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