Beginner's Guide: Beginner's Guide
If you think you might be interested in law as a future career, but have little (or no) idea what that really means, The Beginner’s Guide to a Career in Law is for you. The guide has been designed with people like you in mind – on the one hand, we’ve assumed no prior knowledge, while on the other, we’ve assumed you’ll have lots of questions.
How to make your training contract application stand out from the crowd
Law students should demonstrate their academic ability and research skills in depth for an impressive application
How I became the UK's youngest barrister in 600 years
After qualifying as a legal professional aged 18, we speak to Gabrielle Turnquest about her incredible career success• Read five myths about working in the legal industry
Postgraduate Course Fees and Funding
Each of our postgraduate courses running for the 2020 academic year have varying fees. You can find all the information you need on our website.
Why students don't need to have it all figured out at law school - Legal Cheek
Amid the competing attractions of different areas of law, it's important to keep an open mind, writes BPP University's Kandice Horsey
‘Going into legal aid work now is career suicide’ | Emma Howard
Government cuts to legal aid means social welfare lawyers are a dying breed. So where will the next generation come from? Step up the Justice First Fellowship
20 common law interview questions
We've gathered the legal interview questions you're most likely to encounter - and we've even given you ideas for answers to some of them too. Remember you'll also need to be prepared for the questions that employers in any sector might ask - for...