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Sep 2014

After reading the first few sentences of a law essay, most markers will start to formulate an idea of the mark range. If they start with a Credit, Pass or Fail mark in mind, it becomes incredibly difficult for the paragraphs that follow to bring the paper back up into the higher mark brackets. Impress your marker from the get-go by following these tips…

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20
Aug 2013

It doesn’t sound all that glamorous, but just like caffeine, two-minute noodles and a large collection of highlighters, a good note-making routine is vital for the survival of every law student, and can help you to avoid spending a frenzied fortnight before exams trying to make some exam notes.

Here’s how to get into a good note making routine, and then turn your weekly lecture notes into awesome exam notes

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08
Aug 2013

Sure, some of us still enjoy hard copies of legislation, dictionaries and personal organisers, but there’s nothing like the convenience of law apps. Here are some useful study apps to help you with your legal research, writing, revision and organisation…

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06
Aug 2013

The first time I was faced with a reflective journal as an assessment item, I wasn’t sure what it was or how to approach it. IRAC no longer applies, and for the first time at law school you’re meant to write in first person. Plus it seems like there’s always too much content to cover. If you’ve got a reflective journal assessment this semester, here are some tips for getting started… 

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