From saving money on books to forging contacts, two students share what they learned from their first year studying law
Two years ago, we were freshers starting our law degrees and had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. Here’s everything we learned from our first year.
There is so much reading. It can’t be ignored. It’s important that you dedicate time and effort to your required (and extra) reading so it won’t pile up. Spending roughly 10 hours a week with your head down – at least – will keep your workload manageable.
Lauren Crowe and Will Hibberd are law students at Sheffield University. They blog about studying law at The Almost Lawyers