We’re bringing you a comprehensive Student Law supplement made in collaboration with The Times.
This supplement was published on 18th February 2016 and delves into subjects like diversity, articled apprenticeships, law journalism, and entertaining lawyers’ letters from years past.
The supplement will be followed by a joint event with The Times on Monday 22nd February.
This evening debate will feature topics on diversity raised by experienced industry professionals and up-and-comers in the legal sector in February’s edition of The Times’ Student Law supplement.
The debate will be comprehensively covered in the next day’s edition of The Brief, The Times’ daily legal affairs bulletin.
This debate will be chaired by Baroness Hale, vice-president of the UK Supreme Court, along with a host of partners from top City law firms and QCs from chambers.
Alternatively, you can find all featured articles below.
- Behind drive for diversity lies a desire for fairness and finding natural talent
- Slim pickings for trainee barristers
- Shifting the Pupillage Gateway is a step forward
- Oxbridge is law firms’ favourite
- 10 classic lawyers’ letters
- How does the industry do when it comes to hiring from state schools?
- Law spawns journalism careers for website creators and bloggers
- EY’s new selection tool for legal traineeships
- Newsnight is a springboard for Bar work
- Articled apprenticeships give training and an income
- The 2016 Times 2TG Moot upholds ‘the very best advocacy standards’