Networking is easy when you know how. All law students should be networking from day one – follow this simple guide to find out how to start.
Understanding the IRAC method is essential for law students. Here’s a short guide with examples answers for law essays and exams.
Closed book exams are becoming more common. There’s a simple way to study for closed book law exams to ensure you score the highest grade possible!
A directory of all international law firms in Australia. US and UK law firms make up the international legal market in Australia.
You failed the Whirlpool forum’s clerkship thread and the other law students killed it! What Whirlpool users don’t say, and what to do next.
So many law schools in Australia – how do you choose the best university to study at, and more importantly, the best university for you? A post for those people just starting to consider their law school options.
I would like to extend a massive thanks to Christianah Babajide for being the first person to sign up for the Law …
The completely obvious “secrets” to succeeding at your clerkship (which I’ve finally learnt as a junior corporate lawyer).
How much does a law degree cost in Australia? We’ve collected the data from every law school in the country, calculated the tuition fees and then ranked them from the cheapest to the most expensive. Where does your university rank?
Law tuition fees are pretty expensive these days, but that’s not even the half of it! Figure out what other costs you should be including when you’re looking to apply for law school.