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- Court of Appeal criticism of advocate extends beyond the man himself
Category Archives: Law Students
Law Students are not renowned for their love of maths. But in the SRA’s consultation paper on minimum salaries there is one very important graph which illustrates a very important phenomena about lawyer salaries. Every law student should spend a … Continue reading
Every time there is a recession, the solicitors’ profession likes to reconsider minimum salaries for its trainees. For a while this was a kind of annual sport. Chairs of the Trainee Solicitors’ Group and the Young Solicitors’ Group Lawyers (I … Continue reading
With the Bar Standards Board releasing its (second) annual statistical report or Barometer as they more elegantly describe it, and the legal journos picking up on the increase in those applying to do the BPTC, it occurred to me now … Continue reading
I am getting a little gentle criticism on twitter for posing this question: So is the story that law school applications have fallen or that they have fallen by significantly less than undergraduate subjects generally? Both stories are true, although … Continue reading