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.
It’s nearly the end of January and Term Two of the the BPTC is well underway. My entire human existence now revolves around the Pupillage Gateway. Read for how I’m getting on.
It’s been a while since I picked up my camera, but I finally uploaded my First Qualifying Session vlog to Law Careers.Net’s Youtube Channel!
For #BlackHistoryMonth I ran an Instagram series showcasing black aspiring barristers. I asked everyone to tell me who will be the most proud when they get called to the Bar and why.
Following my live blog for the first week on the BPTC, I thought it might be interesting to repeat the live blog for Week 5. Read on…