22
Feb 2016

More law students are opting towards doing double degrees these days and there are several reasons for this. If you’re currently studying a single law degree, or of studying a single law degree or you’re doing a double degree and thinking about continuing with just law, then keep reading! This post will focus on how to make the most of your straight law degree.

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17
Feb 2016

Getting back into the headspace to study again after the summer break can be a strenuous and tedious activity.  Needless to say, it can be difficult to get inspired.  Fear not, fellow weary scholars.  I’d like to share with you all my Fantastic Four – Inspirational Women of Law.  

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17
Feb 2016

University starts in T-minus 5 days and counting!  Back to multiple chapter readings, interrogative professors, rambling judgements and ‘study’ sessions that may turn into Friday afternoon drinks; back to the lifestyle we law students all know and love. So if you, like us here at Survive Law, have been making the most of our final days of freedom at the beach (#perthheatwave), last-minute catching up with non-law mates and generally enjoying yourselves, here is some of the latest legal-news you may have missed.

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08
Feb 2016

So it’s that time of year where we sit and think about who we are, what we did last year and what we can do to become better people this year. I know it's tempting to just continue to be that wonderful arsehole for another year, but we can’t. New Years Resolutions are part and parcel starting the year afresh so to save you the struggle of devising some for yourself, I've gone ahead and helped you out. 

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03
Feb 2016

The Australian Open is finished and the public can now move forward into “After the Tennis” mode. If Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have been occupying the bulk of your time this week, you may have missed some of the law movers and shakers hitting the news this week. 

Never fear! 

The Survive Law team is here with your monthly round-up of everything legal related.

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30
Jan 2016

Why did you study Law?

It’s a degree that teaches you how the world works. I’ve always had a strong interest in social justice and wanted to develop a skill set that would allow me to help others and engage in work that makes a positive impact. 

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