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My November went extremely downhill…

  Back in November of second year, I wrote a blog post about being overwhelmed by deadlines and I dubbed it ‘Novdeadber’ because that’s what it feels like. Luckily, in Law, we don’t have midterms or tests during term. Instead, we’ve got competitions, moots, and non-assessed essays, and application deadlines for training contracts/pupillages, vacation schemes, Open […]

How to prep for an application/interview

  Spending the last month applying for grad jobs has been the toughest, most time-consuming, but also illuminating process I’ve ever gone through. I’ve become so much more understanding of my strengths and weakness, and what kinds of jobs or company cultures align with my personality and strengths.   In researching a company and/or prepping […]

Black Lives Matter

  For those of you who didn’t know, last month the SU observed Black History Month. As a part of the observance, the University of Leicester Amnesty International Student Division ran a campaign spreading awareness about the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. I wanted to know more about it, so I got in touch with […]

Being a final year student

  Ah, final year. Where do I begin?   Final year doesn’t feel like anything – you’re going through the same motions you’ve been through before, but this time there’s a graduation to look forward to. I found that the jump from first year to second year was really tough, but this year, it’s just […]

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