Letters to a law student relays all that a prospective law student needs to know before embarking on their studies it provides a useful guide to those considering a law degree or conversion course and helps students prepare for what can be a daunting first year of study. Letters to a law student is as the title suggests a series of 20 letters written by a law teacher to a student who is deciding whether to read law at university assimilated together the letters form a collection of essential advice guidance and words of wisdom given throughout the significant period from first thinking about becoming a law student through to embarking on university applications obtaining a good law degree and subsequently thinking about becoming a lawyer. Letters to a law student is the perfect book for anyone who is thinking of studying law i would say this is relevant to someone who is about to start uni a level or gap year students but id also recommend this to anyone studying the gdl and those who are still studying their degree i bought this in my second year of uni and i found that this was super useful it talks about what uni you should apply to the lnats university interviews busting myths about studying law coping with . Letters to a law student is the definitive guide to studying law at university it aims to turn the often daunting task of studying law into an enjoyable and stimulating experience at the same time reading letters to a law student will help anyone who is thinking about studying law at university decide whether doing a law degree is the right option for themwritten in a lively friendly and entertaining style the book offers clear and helpful advice on all aspects of the study of law
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