Welcome to our blog series called Law School Myths Debunked! This 10-part series focuses on identifying and debunking some of the most common myths we hear from students interested in going to British law schools. We will cover tips and tricks so you’ll side step these false beliefs when applying, and ultimately attending, law school abroad.
At Canada Law From Abroad, we know applying to graduate school is an overwhelming process because our entire team studied a postgraduate degree in the UK too! From England and Scotland, to England and Northern Ireland, we’ve all had a lot of different studying experiences so we can help you figure out what is right for you.
“Quickly learning the advantages of each school and the difference between law programmes in general was a huge help. It made the process simpler and less concerning.”
Dan J. University of Southampton Student and CLFA Alumnus
You’ve probably researched a lot of different types of programs and universities. In addition, you’ve talked to your friends and family. Or similarly, chatted with professors from school or supervisors at work. As a result, you’ve likely heard some pretty out there things about law school. Our job is to cut through all the noise. We help you sort which university and what programme is best for you so you’ll have a fantastic law school experience and meaningful career.
Our series breaks these common myths down and removes some of the biggest barriers to achieving your dream of studying law. Get ready for an exciting 10-part journey. We kick off next time when we debunk our first myth titled ‘Going straight from undergrad to law school is easiest’.