Legal Studies: Fail to Plan and Plan to Fail

It’s a popular saying we’ve all heard, but it’s true; if you don’t plan ahead, you’re essentially planning for failure.

Below Emma Jones, senior lecturer in law and member of the Open Justice team at the Open University, talks to Lawyer Monthly about the various ways you can bets plan your legal studies and get ahead of your fellow students. One of the key differences between success and failure in legal studies is the way students organise their studies and manage their time. Getting into good habits will make for a much smoother study experience and prepare you well for life in the legal profession. Here are five top tips to managing your legal studies effectively: Use a calendar or diary Whether you keep it in your pocket and scribble in it, or note everything using an app on your smart phone, it is re...

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