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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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A tribute to tolerance and the politics of hope, not fear!

A tribute to tolerance and the politics of hope, not fear!

A tribute to tolerance and the politics of hope, not fear! In her speech to the Democratic National Convention, the First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama, passionately declared that the act of voting in the forthcoming US presidential election was not about left or right,...

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Helen Dolphin – We are all the same but different!

Helen Dolphin - We are all the same but different!

We are all the same, but all different Having created articles for various magazines and publications over the years, I have become akin to seeking subject matters that stand out, providing something of interest for the readers. Amidst the horde of Tweets and Facebook posts from OU law students...

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