How to get legal work experience

If you're coming to the end of your A-levels and are considering law as a future profession, it would be a great idea to gain some real work experience to make doubly sure that this is the route you want to take when it comes to applying to…

How to start your personal statement

Writing your personal statement when applying to law school can seem really daunting at first. It's your first opportunity to wow the decision makers who will ultimately decide if you get a place on the law degree course of your choice or not. Instead…

How to structure your Law Personal Statement

Learn the 5 key Personal Statement Structure Elements in order to write a well-structured, clear and convincing law personal statement that will win you a place at the top law schools

Prepare for the LNAT

The Law National Aptitude Test is required for some of the top UK Law Schools including: Oxford, UCL, LSE and Durham. Virginia Szepietowski will show you more about how to prepare for the LNAT!

Legal Work Experience

Work experience is a crucial part of your law application. Virginia Szepietowski talks you through the types of work experience you should have on your application.

Understand the legal profession - Solicitors vs. Barristers

What is the difference between solicitors and barristers? Virginia Szepietowski guides you through key aspects of the legal profession that you need to know when applying to UK law school.

Are you ALERT?

Virginia Szepietowski goes through the key skills you need to demonstrate in your personal statement and interview in order to get into the UK's top law schools.

The new Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE)

Virginia Szepietowski goes through the new Solicitors Qualifying Exam; the new 'super-exam' changing the route to qualifying as a solicitor from 2020. Find out how it applies to your law application.