Law Society - General Interest threadWatch
Ah, I see. What are you thinking of doing a Masters in? I'm also contemplating one, even though it's way too early for me to be thinking about it.
I know this is a exception, but what do you guys think ?
Does anyone know what I can do to prepare for the LNAT, anything I should read, any practice test I should take etc.
What do you think though?
Well to be honest I think she is very lucky indeed. Otherwise a third is hardly worth anything these days.
Having said that, she's obviously extremely competent. It's sad that academic "late bloomers" are so frowned upon today.
Hi I've just joined this society and I was wondering how many of you have done or are doing a Law degree and what's it like because I'm thinking of doing one. I don't know whether it would be better to to do a straight Law degree or do it with criminology.
Do you enjoy criminology? If so do it. I think it's slightly underrated by students because it's not as fashionable as law or history, and is more of a postgraduate course too, but if you really enjoy it then why not? As long as your degree is still a qualifying law degree then I'd seriously consider it.
Well actually I'm still at college and doing Law as one of my A-Levels which I throughly enjoy. I know it's different but I thought as I'm going to have send off my applications next year I might as well do some research in advance and ask here.
There's a Bill more to my liking that will be debated from tomorrow. Highly contentious.
Oh yeah, what is it? Sounds interesting.