Guest post: Jack Williams’ study advice – A letter to my fresher self

How to Study Law from the much esteemed ‘Public Law for Everyone’ Blog.

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This guest post is by Jack Williams, who studied Law at both St Catharine’s College, Cambridge (graduating with a First Class honours degree in 2012) and Hertford College, Oxford (graduating with a Distinction in the BCL in 2014). He is now a College Lecturer at Brasenose College, Oxford (where he teaches Constitutional and Administrative Law) and is studying the BPTC at BPP in London. In this blog, he offers suggestions — by way of a letter to himself as a new Law student — about how to study Law.

You’ve never studied Law or anything even like it before and never felt quite this challenged by something. You’re beginning to question whether you’re ‘doing it right’, and want some advice and suggestions about how you might go about your studies to maximise your grades. So, having now completed two Law degrees, if I were to write to my fresher lawyer self with…

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