Here you can find my posts about university, law, studies, daily life and anything that takes my interest! As I begin my preparation for starting my LLB in October, I’ll be posting more often but for now, please enjoy my articles!
I recently took part in Legal Cheek’s first ever Virtual Vacation Scheme last week. When it ended, every legal blogger took to their Instagram, LinkedIn… Any social media they had, they were posting about how insightful, innovative and motivational it was. Yet, the issues with the scheme were erased from their reviews, which I find … Continue reading Legal Cheek’s Virtual Vacation Scheme: The Good, The Bad, and the Very Ugly
Foreword: I have been struggling with posting this, as I wanted both my viewpoint and the history of these movements and protests to be accurate and also provide a legal history of both the UK and US organisations discussed in this post. While the Black Lives Matters movement and organisation is US-based, there has been … Continue reading Pride Month and its relevance towards the Black Lives Matter movement
Currently the UK is experiencing what life is like as we slowly come out of lockdown and into a new era of social distancing and regulations in public. Regardless of whether you think we are coming out of this too early or not, the majority of people on social media have continuously made noise about … Continue reading Life in Lockdown: To be productive or not to be productive? That is the question…
When I first started looking into the legal sector as a potential career a few years ago, I also started looking at if there were other autistics or people with neurodiversity conditions who were in the legal sector. I felt for years that, though firms claim they are diverse and open to all, that without an … Continue reading Why Lawtistic Girl?