It’s recruitment season once again, many of you will be planning to apply for employers’ work experience and graduate opportunities so it’s a good time to reflect on employers’ requirements and how to meet them. A good degree from a good university Warwick has a strong reputation both in the UK and nationally and you … More Employers requirements and how to meet them!
By Jake Schogger, Warwick Law and Business Alumnus I’m a qualified lawyer, entrepreneur, author, copywriter and consultant. I studied Law & Business at the University of Warwick, then the Legal Practice Course at BPP University in Holborn, London. After a brief stint travelling, I trained as a lawyer at City firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, before … More How to make the most of your time at Warwick Law School
On 1 September 2021, the route to qualifying as a solicitor will change with the introduction of the new SQE exam. The SQE will replace the GDL for non-law graduates (Graduate Diploma in Law) and LPC (Legal Practice Course) in September 2021. However students already doing one of these courses or a law degree don’t … More The new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) – updated October 2020
Previously students who wished to qualify as a Barrister have gone on to complete the BPTC. The Bar Standards Board (BSB) refers to this as the vocational component of training for the Bar. From September 2020 this will change and anyone pursuing a career as a Barrister who has not already started the BPTC must … More The Bar vocational course (BPTC) is changing!
If you’re feeling like your legal (or other) career plans have stalled as a result of Covid19 and the current social distancing measures here’s some suggestions for how you might get back on track. Reflect: develop your understanding of what motivates you! Consider what is most important to you and the values that will influence … More Position yourself for a legal career