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Aug 2013

Twitter is an awesome resource for law students. It lets you connect with legal professionals and academics, keeps you up to date on the latest happenings in various areas of law, and can help you to build a profile of your own.

If you have never ventured into the world of Twitter before, the hardest part is getting started and knowing who to start following.

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Aug 2013

There may be many fish in the sea, but for us law students, my theory is that the fish that we’re best suited to are also law students. Not just any fish is going to understand how to love someone as kooky as a law student, after all. Many of us might actually shudder at this thought, but I can think of a few good reasons why your next hot date should have as much of a Kirby-crush as you do. 

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27
Jul 2013

If you’ve had one of those weeks (or semesters) where you’ve found yourself thinking that this law caper is horribly dry and dull, 101 Reasons to Kill all the Lawyers is a book to revive your spirits. 

“I had decided on 101 reasons as I didn’t want to depress the entire legal profession by having 1,001”, author Paul Brennan explains.

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14
Jul 2013

Exams are done and you’re finally on holidays. You’re waking up at midday every day and living the law student dream.  But then as the weeks pass by you realise that this routine is actually quite tiresome.

Soon enough, your family/house mates are irritated by your constant presence. You know they’re irritated, because they’ve highlighted the date that you return back to uni on the calendar.

Eventually, you become so bored that you contemplate picking up your constitutional law textbook for some ‘light reading’. So what are a few things that a bored law student can do to stay sane for the last few weeks of the mid-year break?

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