Learning to control your time

Learning to control your time is an art form. Not everyone can do it, but as a law student, it’s pretty important that you do. Staying “busy” and working long hours doesn't necessarily mean you are working hard and controlling your time.  In fact, we think quite the opposite.

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Growing your network as a law student

So, who here hates networking? Generally speaking, the concept of “networking” tends to carry negative connotations, probably due to the fact that most people are just downright bad at it. However, there is truth to the saying “it’s not what you know but who you know”.

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5 tips for new LawLancers

At LawLancer, we're committed to democratising access to legal work and empowering the new generation of law students. One big part of this is through creating a product that not only gives you new opportunities, but teaches you skills along the way.

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Experience vs Academics - The great battle

Batman vs The Joker, Trump vs Clinton, Kanye vs Taylor Swift... the great battles of history all come down to which side of the fence you sit on. The same can be said for the Experience vs Academics debate that constantly rages around what is most valuable in people's careers.

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