19
Jan 2017

Survive Law's Jess Awad ponders the ups and downs of life at the Bar from the perspective of an aspiring barrister. 

Ever wanted to know what it's like to work at the Bar - the Criminal Bar?! Order in Court, a fictional novel by English barrister David Osborne, provides us with a protagonist who like all young lawyers, is ambitious.

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16
Jan 2017

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We usually turn to lecturers, our law school buddies and law grads for advice when it comes to battling your way through law school. But what about our good old parents? Love ‘em or loathe ‘em, they have an uncanny ability to ruthlessly dish out advice with #nofilter, right when you need it most (even though 9 times out of 10, it may not necessarily be what you want to hear).

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12
Jan 2017

Pencils from Etsy

Even if you’re not someone who subscribes to the #newyearnewme mantra, it’s still time to throw out the leaking pens and half-torn notebooks and reinvent your stationery game. Here are five ways to ensure that your stationery game is looking #onfleek and ready to survive the turbulent ride ahead that is law school. Even if you’re failing your subjects, at least you’ve got awesome stationery.

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09
Jan 2017


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The Law School Slump. We all experience it at some point during law school. Most often, it’s because we’ve been working hard non-stop since high school. Symptoms usually start to appear in second or third year – when you’re about halfway through your degree. The good news is, you’re not alone and there are ways to get back on track.

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04
Jan 2017

In recent years, the legal sector has seen the introduction of numerous software designed to make legal work more efficient. In some cases, the software is able to automatically analyse court and tribunal cases or even produce “better quality” work than that traditionally done by paralegals. On the flip side, this software is also able to reduce legal costs, and work towards closing the justice gap by helping those who aren’t able to afford a lawyer or qualify for legal aid, access appropriate legal resources.

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23
Dec 2016

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Well done, you’ve made it through another year of law school. Walking out of that last exam for the year can feel like a dream. Not you though...you’ve decided to keep the feeling alive with summer school!

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