I'm not quite sure where the last 5 months have gone, but I have been so busy with studying, work, the kids and house. The LPC is so fast-paced that I feel like I haven't stopped and now it's time for another lot of exams. . . I am going to be spending my day finishing my sheets for each subject area, highlighting where in my materials I can find the information to make it easier in the exams. I have never really revised, so I am unsure where to even start but hopefully I will be able to enough to get me through the BLP exam next week!! . . #uni #University #universityoflaw #universitybooks #study #revision #exams #lawexams #blp #businesslawandpractice #business #businesslaw #legalfoundations #revisionsheets #mildliner #lpcbuddy #law #lpc #msc #businesslawandmanagement #masters u_law
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January wrap up 💫 A lot went on in January and I’ve been so busy with it all but have managed to capture some to remember! ▪️ I started my first ever in-house role as Legal Advisor with Sovereign Group Network! It’s just coming up to a full month so far and I’m really looking forward to the experience. I will be doing videos and posts my role soon. ▪️It’s been great learning the ropes in my new role and it’ll be the first time having the opportunity to take ownership of my own caseload! ▪️ We went to our first team lunch at Pizza Express and it was lovely catching up and getting to know everyone. ▪️ Whilst at work, I found out I obtained a Distinction in my Masters (LLM) piece and I couldn’t be more proud of me! I really enjoyed doing my Masters assessment, including the oral presentation, so overall was a very positive experience! I shared the news with my work colleagues and they were so thoughtful in congratulating me in our Team chat group, getting me a card and gift voucher to Wagamamas (my favourite) ▪️ I have just the LPC left to do with a couple of assessments left and I will be drawing a close to it in June this year. I cannot wait to get over this hurdle and get another step closer to my dream! I’ll be doing regular posts as the weeks go by and hope to share useful insights into life as an LPC student, study strategy and tips, working in house and this phase of applications! - #law #lawcareer #lpcllmstudent #mastersstudent #ULaw #inhouse #inhouseparalegal #careerwoman #motivation
I never thought to attend live tedx event and it was a wonderful day of my life .Thank you #ulaw to provide a chance . Speakers were amazing ,their stories were really motivating 👏 and l have learned many things . I'll remember this day forever .
BAR COURSE TIP The intensity of the BPC steps up a level after Christmas. This can come as a shock as you struggle to keep up with the momentum of the course with the increased reading and preparation for each workshop. Here is what I do to keep ahead of the game: 1. On a Sunday, I go through the next 2 weeks' units for civil and criminal litigation and skills. This way, I know what advocacy submissions and drafting assignments will need to be prepared. These are the things that take up a lot of time, so being aware of what is coming up helps you to plan your workload. 2. I have a look at the BSB syllabus and assess how heavy the reading is each week. This allows me to plan when I'm going to get the reading done. 3. I go through the tasks required to prepare for each workshop and plan which ones I will get out of the way first. I like to get the short tasks out the way first. 4. I will check my calendar and note what additional commitments I have for the week. For example, this week, I have an Advocacy Club moot and a Middle Temple advocacy workshop to prepare for. I will print out the bundles for each and read through the papers to get an idea of how much time I will need to allocate for those. 5. I will then pop any deadlines and specific prep times into my calendar. For example, thus week I need to submit a skeleton argument 24 hours before my civil skills workshop so that deadline is plugged in. I have also blocked off time in my diary to prepare for the bail application. As it happens, it's quite straightforward, so I have set aside time to prepare that on Thursday morning. You will see from the pictures in my post that all this information is written down in a notebook so that I tick it off as I complete the tasks. Now, I'm off to the gym before starting this week's reading. Don't forget to make time to look after yourself on the course! #aspiringlawyer #aspiringbarrister #barpracticecourse #bptc #barristertobe #barstudent #barristerintraining #barschool u_law #ulaw
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I am very late to the party and posting . I received my textbooks and course materials from the post, as you can see, there is a lot of materials to work through!!! I am definitely trying to prepare as I was told that it is an incredibly stressful and intense course but I’m also pretty much eager to get started 😉 I will try my best to post as much as I can whilst studying the LPC and to share my experiences as well as giving out any tips & advice for the course. Good luck to everyone who has also started in September2023!!!! #lawstudentuk #lawstudent #legalpracticecourse #ulaw #lawdegree