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Good Morning Legal Angels 🔥 Keep Hustling👍🎓❤ #britishlibrary #kingscross #london #Ulaw #studygram

Happy Thursday guys,⠀ ⠀ I hope you have all had a productive week!⠀ ⠀ This week I managed to get some of my preparation finished in advance which has allowed me to start revising for my Wills & Administration of Trusts MCQ exam, which is in two weeks.⠀ ⠀ For us full-time LPC students, teaching stops on 16 December and our MCQ exam and client interviewing assessment is almost on our doorstep! So, it is important we have organised ourselves in advance to allow us some revision time. Thankfully my uni has already provided me with revision materials right at the start of my course and most workshops have been geared towards examinable material. I find getting into the exam frame of mind as early as possible extremely helpful. ⠀ ⠀ How long do you wait until you revise before an exam?⠀ ⠀ I find perusing notes at least a month in advance helpful to keep my mind focused on the topic. However, on a course like the LPC this isn't always possible. With the amount of reading and preparatory work required for workshops plus revision, there are times where it is difficult to know what to do next! So I decided to prep in advance and leave the remainder of the week free for revision and practice tests. ⠀ ⠀ As my MCQ exam involves Inheritance Tax which seems to be a mind boggle for every student, I am glad to have started early. ⠀ ⠀ Have a great rest of the week and weekend! See you next week :)⠀ ⠀ #TLPTakeover by Kirsty Henton (misshenton ), LPC Student at the University of Law.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ #law #LPC #lawstudentlife #TLPlawyerlife #solicitor #trainee #ULaw #Thursdaymotivation #careersinlaw #getintolaw #grind #london

LPC Tips 😇 #Ulaw # Preparation is key for open book exams.🎓🔥 Although you may have access to your books and notes, it should only be used to jog your memory. You should definitely not be looking up information for the first time during the exam. #Happy Studying Legal Angels😇🔥

Sitting down with a hot drink and getting enthralled into the world of #atticusfinch in To Kill A Mockingbird. Yes, Atticus is inspiring because on the face of things he is a model of courage and decency to which the legal profession should aspire. And yes, because he uses the legal system to enforce the basic concept of equality before the law. And yes, because Atticus introduces such notions to high school children, reading this book for the first time. But for me, Atticus is inspiring because he is not the role model we idolise at that age, but a contestable legacy that epitomises the product of his time, a metaphor for the law itself - it doesn’t always get it right, it is always subject to reform and it is limited by social-temporal restraints, but it will always strive to promote the pursuit of justice and the quest for truth, which is my inspiration for pursuing the practice of law #Uinspire #london u_law

✔️Challenge Everest completed by #TeamULaw in #Leeds. They completed over 50 climbs to help raise money for Support Through Court. Thank you to everyone who sponsored the team - they have raised almost £500 so far and are still going 🎉

Accurate representation of what happens in class 😂 u_law #ulaw #lawschoolfriends #keepingeachothersane

Sometimes it’s hard to determine if you’re doing the right amount of work or putting enough effort in to achieving your dream goal. My down fall has always been that I over work myself, which leads to burning myself out, which is quite common with law students especially. It’s been a challenge learning how to balance daily life and uni work, which has certainly been learnt by trial and error. It’s important to remember that there is such a thing as doing too much and realising when to stop because you do become counter productive when you over work yourself. Which is a funny concept to accept, especially through education and work we’re taught to put 100% in all the time to get the best results, when in fact it doesn’t always get the best results. Sometimes it’s good to have a non-productive day and just take some personal time, it doesn’t mean you’re gonna fail for taking a day to yourself. The more time you put in to yourself the more you’re going to get out of yourself! #motivation#law#lawstudent#monday#Leeds#ULaw#university#mentalhealth#positivementalattitude##londonundergroundquotes

Our #Guildford students had a great day yesterday meeting some furry friends for cuddles whilst taking a break from work. A huge thank you to @petsastherapy_uk for volunteering your time and wonderful pets to spend time with all of us here at ULaw 😍🤗🐶 #WellbeingAtULaw #LiveProspectus #ULaw

Always remember to make time for the people that always have your best interest, I am terrible for putting time aside to see everyone but as I’ve got older I’ve come to realise that it’s hard to make time for everyone as life takes over and responsibilities increase. I have been putting a lot of time in lately prioritising the right people, who have always prioritised me. It can be especially hard when you aren’t always feeling 100% in yourself and it’s completely okay to take some time out alone and not see anyone for a bit, it doesn’t make you a bad person by any means and if you have true friends in your life they will understand this! #ulaw#mentalhealthawareness#mentalhealth#study#studymotivation#Leeds#law#barrister#motivation