The Law Student vs. Series

Law school is tough. We chronicle the battles here.

Law student interview series

Thank you for helping the law student community

Thank you so much for sharing your story with us.

The Law Student vs. Series will be a really helpful resource for people who are thinking about going to law school, but who don’t know anyone who is currently studying law. It will also be a great resource for other law students who would like to see what other successful students are doing with their time.

What’s in it for you?

The interview will give you the opportunity to be a proactive with your personal brand. I’m happy to include a link to your LinkedIn profile, and don’t be shy to include it under the “publications” section of your profile for a little extra exposure.

But really, this is more of an opportunity to help the next generation of law students. We’ve all needed help at some stage, so pay it forward and help someone today.

So, how does this work?

This isn’t a traditional interview! All you need to do is read through the interview questions below, think about the questions, and then provide a response. I won’t edit or censure anything, so you are free to answer these questions how you wish.  You can write a single sentence response to each question, or an essay – it’s totally up to you.


Once you’ve finished, put your interview aside for a week or two. Then, read over it again and make your final amendments. When you’re done, email it in and I will be in touch to let you know when your interview will be published. You can email it to: will [at]

Protecting your privacy

I want to create a great resource for law students, however, I can only do this with your help. If you would like to help, but don’t want to reveal your name, you have the option of participating anonymously. That’s totally fine, and in fact, that’s my modus operadi too.

Participating anonymously means that the only thing that will be published is your interview. No name. No anything else.

If you decide to take the interview anonymously, you can always let me know at a later date that you would like to include your real name.

The website has a Privacy Policy that I take very seriously, so you can be confident that any information you do provide will be protected. Take a read in conjunction with the website’s Terms and Conditions.

Thank you

Thank you again for taking part. I would have loved a resource like this when I was researching my law degree.

You really will be helping other people (just like you and me a few years ago) who are starting on their journey. It will also help other law students learn new perspectives on university; you might also inspire some to work harder to achieve their goals.

If you have any questions please feel free to email me – I’ll respond as soon as possible.

Kind regards


The questions

Click here for the questions for law students.

Click here for questions for graduates and lawyers.