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Vis Moot: why you should apply

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Few experiences have been more beneficial to my career than my involvement in mooting. Whether you plan to be in practice, policy, or academia, nothing can better prepare you than participation in an international moot court competition like the Vis Moot – I know I would not have had half the opportunities I’ve had if… Continue reading

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development internship – one student’s experience

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) internship is a unique opportunity for Glasgow students seeking to work in the Corporate and Financial Law sector. Now in its third year of operation, the programme allows one Glasgow student to undertake an eight week summer placement at the EBRD’s London offices. Athina Kakli was the first… Continue reading

Living and working in Beijing – one student’s experience

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Luke Costello, an alumnus of the School’s LLB and DPLP programmes, recently earned the opportunity to undergo a work placement at an international law firm in Beijing. In the first of a series of blog posts, Luke shares his experience of living and working abroad: My name is Luke Costello. I studied my LLB at… Continue reading