Author Archive for: james.sudworth

Is qualifying as a solicitor through the paralegal route a good option for OU law students?

Is qualifying as a solicitor through the paralegal route a good option for OU law students?

For those who are not aware of the ‘Paralegal Shortcut’ to becoming a qualified solicitor, check out this great article on Lawyer 2B: Equivalent means: how I qualified as a solicitor without a training contract.   As with any debate, there are pros and cons for each side, so...

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Mooting Workshops and Selection Day 2017

Mooting Workshops and Selection Day 2017

Mooting – where law students argue real points of law in a simulated court-room environment – is an increasingly important part of the law student’s CV. The OULS team of experienced mooters can help you to understand the basics of what mooting is, why it is so important for...

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OU Annual Law Lecture 2017: Brexit – “A rocky path to sunlit uplands”

OU Annual Law Lecture 2017: Brexit -

Many of you will be aware of, and may have entered, the Tom Bingham Essay Competition 2017. The prize-giving for this will take place at the annual law lecture hosted by the Open University Law School. However, you may not be aware that the law lecture in its-self, offers...

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