Oxford University Press survey: Your advice for future law students
Oxford University Press are currently developing a law textbook written by two law lecturers from Plymouth University and the University of Bristol, which will feature short quotes from law graduates, and they want to ask Portsmouth alumni to take part.
What do you wish you’d known when you were studying for your law degree? Is there anything you would do differently, or any advice you would give to current and future law students? Tell us your advice in the following survey and your responses could appear in a new book from Oxford University Press, ready to be used to help future law students with their studies.
Whether you are a recent or not-so-recent graduate, whether you were a home, international, bachelor’s, master’s, mature, placement or joint honours student, and whether you now work in a legal or non-legal capacity, we would be delighted to hear from you.
The deadline to complete this survey is Sunday 30 April at 5 pm.
If you have any queries, or would rather just email your tips and advice direct, please contact Caroline Mitchell on Caroline.Mitchell@oup.com.