A Series of Unfortunate Events: Exam Survival Guide

So we've just progressed from the most wonderful time of the year...to (arguably) the least. I should have revised earlier. What on earth is promissory estoppel? How am I going to get through this 30-page judgement without shedding a tear? Stack v Dowden who? We've all been there. One of the greatest lessons that I... Continue Reading →

Shearman Open Day

Being an open day newbie, I wasn't sure quite of what to expect from my first ever open day. However, Shearman & Sterling did not disappoint! Arrival: The Eagle has landed. All the Eagle has to say is this: whoever designed the downstairs lobby of the London office needs an award...or at least a bonus!... Continue Reading →

First Year does count.

If I had a penny for each time I heard a Law student say 'don't worry, first year doesn't count', I would probably be richer than Uncle Scrooge. Although reassuring, this much-repeated phrase is not necessarily true. Here are a few reasons why... This is your chance to learn legal skills: First year is the... Continue Reading →

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