Most aspiring barristers are scared. I thought I’d share my thoughts on breaking out of the cycle of fear and taking ownership of your journey to the Bar.
I have now finished the BPTC! It’s been intense. Read for how I’m feeling and my plans going forward now that I am (almost) a barrister!
Exams are tough for everyone. In this post I list five essential items that are in my exam survival kit and ensure that I can perform as best as possible.
Here I share a resource I found on the Judiciary website detailing the different modes of address for judges in different courts and tribunals.
An ‘L’ stands for a ‘loss’. Here I discuss ways that you can recover after something goes wrong at Law School.
Here I share my tips on how to stay organised on the BPTC and stay on top of things.
For BPTC students looking for extra resources, here I share 5 books that I am using on the BPTC to aid my study and clarify topics.
Studying in silence is good for some but extremely boring for others. Here I share 5 playlists and videos that you can keep in the background as you study. They work for me so hopefully they work for you!
Earlier this week I asked my followers on Instagram and Twitter to ask me any questions they had about the BPTC and applying for pupillage.
Tis’ the season for pupillage applications! I have been gathering together resources to help me with my applications and thought I’d share them here.