Top tips for getting a BPTC Scholarship by Holly Girven, Warwick Law School Alumni. Before coming to university I was fairly certain that I wanted to become a barrister and three years later I am about to embark on the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) having received a scholarship from Gray’s Inn to fund the cost … More Advice from a Warwick Law School graduate on receiving a BPTC Scholarship
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?
This is a question which appears in slight variations in many application forms. It’s plainly intended to test the all-important commercial awareness. So, how should you go about answering it? Well, it’s obvious isn’t it? Brexit! Well, maybe not.
Here at Warwick we have the law fair looming and several other careers fairs have already taken place. You can go along to do some employer research, but these events also offer a great opportunity to impress graduate recruitment. Have a look at this clip and then here are my top tips to wow employers and … More 6 Tips to make the most of the Law Fair
Fees for the BPTC are a terrifying £16,500. It makes sense to try to land an Inns of Court Scholarship. I asked Alicia Jones currently studying with the benefit of two major scholarships for her advice on how to secure that prized scholarship. Here’s what she said.