The careers team here (and no doubt at other universities) never tires of telling you to use your summer wisely and to get involved in activities which will enhance your employability. That’s great advice to hear in May, but what if the summer has somehow passed and you didn’t do anything? Is that a problem?
I think this might be a subject to which I have to return on a regular basis. Inevitably the changing qualification process for solicitors is going to create anxiety for those planning to embark on legal professional careers.
It’s nearly the beginning of the academic year. I feel as if I’m under starter’s orders! Now is the time when I make my new academic year resolutions. I’m going to be more organised etc. etc. Do you make resolutions too? What if one is to do more employer networking? It’s a good idea. Here’s how … More How should you network with employers?
I’ve been looking at quite a few application forms recently. I often see talented students fail to deal with the application process in the best way. Experience which should have secured them at least an interview is not displayed and the application hits the reject pile. Here are my top tips to avoid that.
Congratulations if you’re heading off to start your law degree this autumn. I hope that you’re feeling really excited and that your whole university experience will be a blast. You’ll want to settle in and make friends and get to know your new environment, all of this is rightly top of your “to do” list. … More Studying law at University? What do you need to know?