Back to school special: surviving your law course

Back to school special: surviving your law course

Summer is coming to an end, and the new academic year is in sight. While 2020 has seen the world change and adapt to new ways of living, working and studying, the autumn will always herald the start of a new academic year and all the excitement and nerves that brings. Whether you are studying online or are returning to your university campus for small group or one-to-one classes, check out the articles below written by our student associates to guide you through the year ahead, wherever you are in your law school journey.

Tips for surviving the LLB

Law student Aaron Kirsopp shares his top tips on surviving the LLB undergraduate course. Some great advice for those of you who are at the start of your law school journey.

Tips for surviving the GDL

Law student Chandi Pandya shares her advice on surviving the GDL (Graduate Diploma in Law) for those who are embarking on a new journey into law.

Tips for surviving the LPC

Law student Bruna Paulino shares her five top tips on getting surviving the LPC (Legal Practice Course). Even as a world-weary post-grad, it's always useful to have a refresher on getting the basics down.

How to stay motivated during your studies

It can be difficult getting back into the swing of things after a break. Here, Law student Lucy Chaundy shares her suggestions on how to stay motivated during your studies.

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Laura manages our Student Engagement programme at LexisNexis. Laura has worked on a wide variety of areas within education marketing, from global PR campaigns, to events, social media, as well as corporate branding across print and digital channels. Her role at LexisNexis is to support the development of our student cohorts each year, providing them with the necessary know-how to enter the legal industry with confidence.