Our students are encouraged to reflect on their experiences in Student Law Office. We believe that reflection is what turns experience into learning, and we are keen to develop our students as 'reflective practitioners'. In this blog post, Katie reflects on her experience of reflection so far. As with any career, personal development is a … Continue reading Studying your reflection
A number of SLO business & commercial students recently attended a fantastic event at the Business & IP Centre, Newcastle, called ‘Inspiring Entrepreneurs’ . It featured a live link-up to the British Library in London where a panel of business leaders answered questions from the audience and via twitter. The event was lit up by … Continue reading Inspiring Entrepreneurs #RiseWithUs
It is becoming ever more apparent that businesses need to keep up with the newest technology and IT systems available, in order to ensure work is completed in an efficient manner and to beat off fierce competition for work. I was lucky enough to be chosen to attend the event “Upload: LIVE” at Barclays HQ … Continue reading Stay ahead of the game and think digital!
Second year of law school paved the way for a shift in my ideological view of both studying law academically and what it would be like to work in practice. This did not occur as a result of being subject to a year’s worth of EU law. Instead, it actually stemmed from an article I … Continue reading The Legal Hunger Games