Storytelling for applications and interviews
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6d ago
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how stories are told, how they can be told well and how you can use this to your advantage in a job interview ..read more
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The big bad SQE
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6d ago
<p>Whoever said law was an uphill battle wasn&#39;t lying. With my Postgraduate Diploma in Law exams over and done with (at last!), I&#39;ve got the glorious SQE to look forward to. Having heard the horror stories from friends and family, I&#39;ve decided to do a little research to understand what, exactly, I&#39;m getting myself into &minus; and in this article, I&#39;ll be taking you along with me.</p> ..read more
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Potential impact of restricting international students for UK universities
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1w ago
The UK government has been restricting international students from coming over to continue their studies in the UK for the past number of years ..read more
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Ghostbots: who ya gonna call?
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3w ago
<p>At this point, I assume most of us are at least vaguely aware of Generative AI, most likely in the form of natural language models and image generators. However, a somewhat obscure, and rather more macabre application of GenAI has been developing for a few years now, in the form of &lsquo;ghostbots&rsquo; &minus; AI-powered digital recreations of the dead.</p> ..read more
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Privatisation and overcrowding of UK prisons
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3w ago
The current overcrowding in UK prisons is something of a silent crisis. A mix of a covid-19 backlog, harsher sentencing and increased police presence has caused record numbers of people currently in prisons in the UK, with the numbers only expected to grow in the coming years ..read more
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My experience of Amicus’ spring training weekend: part two
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1M ago
<p>The second Saturday began with an in-depth explanation and advice on mitigation in the US criminal justice system. This is particularly important for death penalty litigation, as this is the best way for defendants to have their sentences changed.&nbsp;</p> ..read more
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The AI Act - how Europe’s first AI legislation could pave the way for future laws
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1M ago
The AI Act (the act) was first proposed by the European Commission in 2021 due to the risk posed by the technology. Although the act hasn’t yet come into force in Europe, it’s likely to do so sometime within the coming months ..read more
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Why choose Birmingham to be your home and work city?
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1M ago
With so much happening in Birmingham over the next few years, it’s an exciting time to be working and training in the second city ..read more
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The pros and cons of working at an international law firm
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1M ago
Coming from an international background, I've always thought an international law firm would be the perfect fit - mimicking the culturally diverse contexts in which I grew up. However, when answering the question "Why would you like to work at an international firm?" on an application form, I found it hard to articulate my exact reasons without sounding too generic ..read more
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Private client law: explained
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1M ago
After listening to a few podcasts, I've developed an interest in what I've always thought were called ‘personal legal services' - an umbrella term including family, wills and estates and trusts - and started researching firms that provide these services ..read more
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