I'd decided to join a sports club at uni long before I started going, to keep active and healthy. I knew I wanted to do something I'd never done before, but I just didn't know which one. There were a variety of options of sports (korfball, lacrosse, wheelchair basketball,) all of which seemed fun. It … Continue reading Break A Leg… Not A Thumb
One of the best things I was told at the beginning of my course was that a Law degree should be seen as twofold. The first is related to the academic life - the participation in class, attendance and grades. The second is related to extra-curricular activities - societies, clubs, work or volunteering. Education is, … Continue reading Risk It For A Biscuit
#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
Now when I say 'keys,' I don't mean the physical manifestation of the item that unlocks the door to your dwelling. It's more figurative, like the words of wisdom that Alexander Graham Bell once spoke of and has since been repeated through generations: 'preparation is the key to success.' After having officially finished the first … Continue reading Are Keys That Important?