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Blogs: Legal Education
Author: Julian Webb, Professor of Legal Education
Reflections on higher and legal education.
The Law Society of New South Wales, ‘FLIP Report’: some initial thoughts
Jogee and Ruddock: procedure and precedent
Some thoughts on the proposed SQE and its implications for the English law degree
Giving good judgment
The ‘voluntary regulation’ of unregulated paralegals moves closer in England and Wales
The SDT and the Chamber of Secrets
Implementing the LETR
Law Tutor's blog - exam tips, subject tips and comment on current legal issues
Dragging Land Law into the 21st Century
That’s precisely what I mean!
Death can be fatal…
Rugby, the law and strict liability
The joys of Tort
De minimis non curat lex?
Avoiding an Eric Morecambe…
Author: City Law School/Lawbore
Interviews with City Law School alumni, articles on a wide range of subjects, contributions from current students.
30th May: Career stories from legal professionals
LSE-Featherstone Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Moot
Non-Law to the Commercial Bar: The Rest is History
How to stand out from the crowd
The Bleeding Heart Yard & Tavern
ICLR Pupillage Award – deadline 31st March 2017
UKELA Essay Comp: Brexit – threat or opportunity for the environment?
Panicking about exams? Attend a Learning Success workshop…
A Level Law blog for AS and A2 law students.
Supreme Court on Video!
Scotson v Pegg
Which Contract case is this?
Sentencing, Stephen Lawrence and the Rule of Law
£10m tax bill? Forget it!
Back to the Future: A Modern Legal Apprenticeship
Acceptance Mega MindMap!
Author: Simon Myerson, barrister
Author: Justin Time
The guiding blog for all bewildered would be barristers.
News from the Bar Council as Pupillage Gateway timetable is on the move
Happy 2016 from The Pupillage Blog
Bar Council announces launch of Pupillage Fair
New updates on The Pupillage Blog…
Normal pupillage service has been resumed!
Happy New Year and a prosperous 2015 from Pupillageville!
Hints And Tips To Support Your Pupillage Interviews
Latest News, Pupillage Opportunities and Updates From The Pupillage Blog
Author: Martin Partington
This blog accompanies my book Introduction to the English Legal System.
Book review: Ombudsmen at the Crossroads
Immigration appeals and delays: On the verge of a crisis?
Increasing diversity in the Judiciary
Using UKAJI’s website as a research resource
Changing the small claims track
What’s in a name? ‘Business and Property Courts’
Administrative justice oversight must continue
A Design Problem for Judicial Review: What we know and what we need to know about immigration judicial reviews
Author: Mark Jackson
Publisher: UK Centre for Legal Education
e-learning for legal academics as well as the other related subjects
Closure of Digital Directions
Student Comments on the National Law Students Forum
National Law Students Forum 2011
Annual review 2011 - who's been reading this blog!?
Review of Twitter use by UKCLE
Student Essay Competition - Highly Commended
New College of Humanities: Legal Education, Science and Ethics
Student Essay Competition - Runner up