And so, you feel you should probably just keep going. Just get through it and then see what happens after that. After all, what if you took a break and never came back? What if you fell behind everyone else? What if future lawyers saw a big gap from June 2019 to July 2020 and refused even to let you in their doors? It’s all too much. Better to just keep grinding on as best you can, right?
Hello, fellow nerds. It is the time of Christmas and summer, when most of you will, with any luck, have time for some leisure. As nerds, I expect some of your leisure might take the form of reading, and I am here to help. (For the moment I am going to ignore what I know …
Molly Thomas, The Legal Forecast The face of conveyancing in Australia and New Zealand is changing, but is the industry moving fast enough? It has been 10 years since the Council of Australian Governments committed to creating a single, national e-Conveyancing mechanism for the Australian property industry (Australia is trying to catch up to …
LLL has put together some tips and tricks to help you on finding office work experience, and balancing work with university.
Top tips for managing stress and keeping your head above water.
William van Roosmalen talks about how to apply reflective practice to legal study and job hunting
The folks at Umbrella Health and Resilience list their top tips for law students
Umbrella Health and Resilience give some tips on how to recognise when stress becomes more serious