02
Nov 2016

With the rise of online course offerings for law, most of us are fortunate to have the choice of whether to go into campus for study, or do it remotely. So is online study a good option? Here are a few thoughts to help you decide.

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04
Oct 2016

Survive Law's Jess Awad dishes the dirt on LexisNexis' take on Workplace Bullying.

For those of you interested in gaining a broader understanding of workplace bullying, then this is the perfect addition to your library. It takes into account both the legal and psychological aspects of workplace bullying, giving you a broad sense of what constitutes bullying (and what doesn’t) and how it effects both the individual and the workplace.

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16
Sep 2016

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The weekend is an elusive creature for law students. It's over before it even begins but it starts just in time for your motivation to leave the building and for the new season of Suits to be released on Netflix. These are just four of the ways you might spend your weekend while you're a law student.

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14
Sep 2016

When I graduated law school earlier this year, as part of my usual delayed process of unpacking significant life moments, I began to consider what I had achieved. It’s not the first time I have had to ponder this question. I was the one in a family of doctors and a pharmacist who bucked the trend and made the decision to study law and the arts.

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29
Aug 2016

So I’ve just participated in my first moot and I had an amazing experience. It wouldn't have been so amazing were it not for my amazing partner. So this blog (if she’s reading it) is dedicated to her.

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22
Aug 2016

Uninspired by your PLT prospects? What if I told you you could complete your work experience component in Cambodia? Read on for Chloe's experience at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.

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