Written by Lauren Chaplin for Women in Foreign Policy: http://www.womeninforeignpolicy.org/ To sign-up to the WIFP newsletter and receive more interviews to your inboxes: https://womeninforeignpolicy.us17.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=41c3aa55e2077aed4676045a5&id=880a11c613 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 … More International and Public Law – Interview with Elizabeth Bakibinga-Gaswaga, Legal Adviser (Rule of Law) – Commonwealth Secretariat
By Jason Mbakwe, Associate in the Litigation department at Morrison & Foerster (UK) LLP https://www.mofo.com/ When I was younger, I was a combination of argumentative, stubborn and eerily eloquent. It seemed natural then that I would go on to be a lawyer. Watching TV court room dramas (mainly based in the US) caused me to … More Barrister or Solicitor?
I had the best time doing my LLM at Warwick, I really enjoyed my course and made lots of new friends from all over the globe. The only thing I regret is not thinking about my future law career from the beginning of the academic year. I started seriously considering a career in law in the … More Careers tips for current LLM students
LLB student Jure Tuš, who is currently in his fourth year of his Law with French Law degree here at Warwick, took part in a summer internship with the international law firm CMS and had a news article published on their news site CMS Law-Now whilst there. We caught up with Jure to find out … More LLB student publishes article during CMS internship
Whether you are already set on becoming a lawyer, or you don’t have a clue what you will do after your law degree, there are so many ways you can combine enjoying yourself in your first year, with building up skills and experience that will help you secure career opportunities further down the line. It … More First years – first things first!