Once-upon-a-time, the UK was recognised for its pioneering justice system, especially with its Legal Aid scheme that allowed vulnerable individuals to receive support from the government. This included assistance in meeting financial costs for legal advice, representation in court or tribunals, and many more. Since the introduction of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of … Continue reading Justice: Endangered Or Extinct?
WHAT. A. RELIEF. Last week, I received an email which officially stated that I passed all of my modules for first year and can successfully move on to my second year. Seems like all of the time I spent in the library paid off. While I'm gratified about this mini-achievement, I can't emphasise enough how … Continue reading Grading My 2016/2017
#1: All law students want to become lawyers. One step to becoming a lawyer is doing a degree in Law. But this doesn't necessarily mean everyone who does Law aims to practise it. I know different people who are using this degree as a stepping stone to a political career, or becoming a journalist, perhaps … Continue reading Fact vs Fiction