Writing your EPQ on a legal topic and need some help? The Squire Law Library’s Legal Research Librarian, Kate Faulkner, outlines some hints, tips and tricks for finding trustworthy sources for legal information on the internet for students working on their extended project qualification. Freely Available. Trustworthy.

Resources

Court cases

Not…


Rachel Lodge (Murray Edwards, m. 2016), is a Scottish Trainee Solicitor at Clifford Chance. Here she discusses studying law and keeping an open mind and how it led to her current career path.

The author, smiling, wearing a red scarf, against the backdrop of a pond or stream and a thicket of trees.

When I decided to apply to study Law at Cambridge, I did so because I knew I…


Emmanuel Goriola (Selwyn College, m. 2016) is a Trainee Solicitor who recently joined Clifford Chance. Here he reflects on how he came to study Law and his time at Cambridge.

The author, smiling, at Selwyn College, Cambridge

Q: How did you become interested in Law as a subject?

A number of different things came together really.

I…


Alumna Mimi Kyprianou (Robinson, m. 2011), an Associate at Clifford Chance with a specialisation in Tax law, uses her own experience to expel the myths and assumptions about studying Law at Cambridge.

We all love a good story, because stories are fun — they capture our imagination. Over time, stories…


Carola Brand is an Erasmus + exchange student at Corpus Christi from the University of Regensburg, Germany. Here she writes about seizing opportunities, and coming to Cambridge in a pandemic as a first-generation higher education student.

I wanted to come to Cambridge to study law in an environment of the…


In celebration of the UK’s LGBT+ History Month, Cambridge Law students Dominic Bielby and Gabriel Sibthorp-Quarmby use their passions for family and constitutional law to delve into the interactions between the law and LGBT+ relationships

For minority groups, the law exists as an institution of conflicting meaning; potentially either a…


Valerie Steigleder is a Visiting Student from the University of Heidelberg (Germany) at Lucy Cavendish College. Here she discusses her experience and the application process as a Visiting Student for Law at the University of Cambridge.

After studying law at Heidelberg University for the past three years, I wanted to…


One of our tenacious first-years, E.K., shares the struggles and challenges students have faced in adapting to studying Law in a pandemic, as well as the enduring joys, hopes and optimism that keep the spirit of Cambridge alive, even in uncertain times.

I was first sent the headline news article…


Christopher Hose is a final-year Law student at St John’s. Here he argues for the advantage of studying subjects outside of the essay-based subjects that a lot of Law students study and not being a ‘typical’ Law student applicant.

It’s hard to know what to expect from studying law at…


Hannah Samuels is a third-year Law student at Girton. She’s also a varsity women’s rugby player and a choral scholar. Here she writes about finding the balance between her studies and her extracurriculars as a Cambridge student.

Hi! I am Hannah, a final year law student at Girton College. Coming…

Cambridge Faculty of Law

Articles from the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store