Here at Warwick students have the opportunity to get involved in supporting American attorneys by participating in a Death Penalty Project. There are opportunities to support the work from campus and every summer some students are competitively selected to go to the US to get “hands-on” experience of legal work involving the common law system. This … More Death Row. An experience of the US criminal system.
If you’re going to be successful in securing that training contract in a City law firm, then you’re going to get good at writing about why you want it. Fantastic! But what will it really be like when you get there? Josh graduated from Warwick in 2015 and has now joined Davis Polk. Here’s what he’s found.
Here at Warwick many of us are very interested in Human Rights. We have just been privileged to host Judge Joseph A. Migliozzi of Norfolk Circuit Court, Virginia, who spoke twice on ‘Working in the US’ and ‘Critical Reflections on the Death Penalty’.’ Jennifer Akinola shares her thoughts on the two talks.