Ambidextrous Millennials: Doing both, or all

Interested in the field of international development? Check out this post by Warwick Law alumna Seyi Afolabi’s: ‘Ambidextrous Millennials: Doing both, or all’. Originally Published on May 3, 2019 on LinkedIn. I was the kid who found just as much awe in the pages of my schoolbooks as I did with creating makeshift dolls houses … More Ambidextrous Millennials: Doing both, or all

Top exam season tips from a Warwick-educated barrister

It’s fair to say I’ve done a fair few exams in my lifetime. After starting at Warwick nearly 9 years ago, I completed 31 exams/tests/assessments in the space of around 5 years. I also wrote 15 formally assessed essays and 2 dissertations. It’s entirely my fault, of course — as if the Warwick LLB wasn’t … More Top exam season tips from a Warwick-educated barrister

The impact of social media in your job search: a student perspective

Originally posted on The Careers Blog:
An increasing number of graduate employers now screen candidates on social media and often reject applicants as a result of their ‘digital footprint.’  Guest blogger and University of Warwick Chemistry undergraduate,  Manpreet Kaur, shares her perspective on how to manage your on-line presence to create the type of positive…

International and Public Law – Interview with Elizabeth Bakibinga-Gaswaga, Legal Adviser (Rule of Law) – Commonwealth Secretariat

Written by Lauren Chaplin for Women in Foreign Policy. What do you do as Legal Adviser in International Development Law at the Commonwealth Secretariat? That involves working with the 52-member countries of the Commonwealth to develop platforms and frameworks for the intersection between law and development. Now that we have the 2030 Agenda and the … More International and Public Law – Interview with Elizabeth Bakibinga-Gaswaga, Legal Adviser (Rule of Law) – Commonwealth Secretariat