WIN Amazon Voucher Giveaway

Win £25 Amazon Voucher
Win £25 Amazon Voucher

WIN Amazon Voucher Giveaway

You may remember that last year I announced that I would be taking a couple of students with me to the Bar Council Annual Bar Conference in 2017.

I really want more students attending legal events and some legal events are free or discounted for students so it is worth checking them out.

Win £25 Amazon Voucher

Win £25 Amazon Voucher

So I have made the decision that for 2017 I am going to be running a lot more competitions, books, tickets to events etc.

So let’s kick February off with an Amazon Voucher Giveaway and if you win you will be sent the Amazon Voucher.

Don’t forget to enter below, and a winner will be selected after the giveaway closes on 13th March at 7pm.

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Don’t forget to tweet and share the link with your friends!

Good luck.

Rebecca x

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF
Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

So I created my own revision schedules, and a lot of you commented on the monthly and week by week plans on my Instagram page.  Here is a link to download my Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF.

WANT A COPY OF MY FREE Weekly REVISION SCHEDULE PDF?

As I have mentioned above, a lot of you commented on my Instagram post and Snapchat saying that you thought my revision schedules were really good, and you wished you had them, so I have made them a downloadable PDF for you!

How to use my free weekly revision schedule pdf?

This one has set boxes for different times of the day.  You can input your working times, and then for each box put in your subject and then a specific topic!  I thought this was better, especially if you have multiple subjects on the go (as most people have 4 or more exams).

Plus being specific with regards to your topics means you won’t waste time procrastinating and just revising any topic.  You will have a structured approach to your revision and learning.

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

Enter your email address below for your free PDF, once you have entered your email, a link will appear.  Download the free schedule, print it out and fill it in!

Happy revising! Please share the link to this blog post with your friends! (If you want to download the March 2017 Revision Overview click here)


Rebecca x

Free March Revision Schedule PDF

FREE May Revision Schedule
FREE May Revision Schedule

So I created my own revision schedules, and a lot of you commented on the monthly and week by week plans on my Instagram page.  Here is a link to download my Free March Revision Schedule PDF.

Want a copy of my Free March Revision Schedule PDF?

As I have mentioned above, a lot of you commented on my Instagram post and Snapchat saying that you thought my revision schedules were really good, and you wished you had them, so I have made them a downloadable PDF for you!

FREE March Revision Schedule PDF

FREE March Revision Schedule PDF

Enter your email address below for your free PDF, once you have entered your email, a link will appear.  Download the free schedule, print it out and fill it in!

Happy revising! Please share the link to this blog post with your friends!


Rebecca x

2017 | Let’s talk about my company a little more!

2017 is the year that I want to show what I am capable of doing for law firms, lawyers and law schools. 

In 2016 I was quite reserved in showcasing and documenting what I can do as a company.

I really can’t wait to share with you more about that (and I have a specific website coming) but I was very fortunate that last year all of my work was word of mouth and recommendations which is and was amazing.

However this year I want to help more companies and law schools, and the only way to do that is talk more about what I can do, successes of previous clients and also why digital marketing is essential in the legal sector.

You know that I’m a massive law geek, and I am totally proud to say that.

I also love social media, producing content and writing blog posts which share legal news, events etc.

So when you combine those two you get my company.

There are so many benefits in terms of being on social media, but is is also really important that you manage social media properly.  There is no point in a having a social media account if you share updates, links and news once a month.

I love helping law firms, lawyers and law schools on all of these topics; social media, blogging, client engagement and website content – and I really do love training people on this (and the benefits of using social media and a blog to market your business).

So if you need help on any of the above or maybe your current marketing material could do with a revamp, then get in touch.

I like to think that I have a slight advantage in that I have worked for 7 years in the legal sector, and I understand how lawyers work and what clients want.

I hope that my insight and knowledge on how the law work,s means that I am able to easily demonstrate to you the benefits of an active social media strategy and what you can be doing to really enhance your business.

2017 needs to be the year that law firms and law schools are far more engaged online!

Rebecca x

5 Programmes To Watch | 2017

5 Programmes To Watch | 2017

So if any of you know me, you know I love a good boxset (and typically those from the US – though the UK does have a few good ones).  With studying it isn’t always easy to watch programmes, so very often they sky+ until I can watch them.

However the start of 2017 is looking like it could be a great few months for crime/law related TV programmes.

Here are just 5 that I am super excited to watch over the coming months.

Prison Break

The rumours have been doing the rounds for many years about a potential return of Michael Schofield, and last year it was finally confirmed.   I was so excited to find out that Prison Break would be returning for another season, and that Michael was in fact not dead.  However, I am a little dubious about whether this series will be as exciting as the others.

Prison Break last aired on our screens in 2009, so it has been quite a while! For all the information on the new season of Prison Break which will be coming in a few months check out all the coverage from Fox here.

Broadchurch 

After two phenomenal series, everyone wanted more.  The suspense in series one reminded me that the UK can still produce a great TV drama.  I won’t lie, I was apprehensive that series 2 might not have the same suspense, and that cliffhanger every episode – but it did.  More and more information drip fed every episode, and instead of being able to eliminate suspects, you find yourself doubting even more people.  Broadchurch is wonderfully written, and the actors are amazing.

Season 3 airs very soon, and I am intrigued to see what line of approach they take.  Series 1 saw the murder investigation and Series 2 was the court case (albeit controversial in parts by many in the legal profession).  So what can we expect for Series 3?

You can get all the information prior to the launch on ITV here.

Little Boy Blue

It has been 10 years now since a murder that truly shocked the nation.  It was in August 2007 that 11 year old Rhys Jones was shot on his way home from football practice in Liverpool.  A crime that hit the nation, and one that I remember seeing on the news as I was growing up.  A senseless killing but one that brought a community together.

The TV programme is to air in April and you can follow all coverage on the ITV Hub here.

A Killing In My Family 

A Killing In My Family, is a channel 4 documentary which follows the charity Winston’s Wish.  This charity helps children who have sadly lost close family members to murder or manslaughter, sometimes the children have even witnessed the assaults.  The charity also supports those that are now caring for the children.

Murder is never a nice topic to discuss, but very often we live in a bubble where life is pretty much okay.  Sometimes we need a reality check to remind ourselves how lucky we are.  Charities like these are amazing, and the work they do is phenomenal.  Children should never have to lose a parent or sibling to murder or manslaughter, and they most certainly should never witness it.

I hope this TV documentary really helps highlight the damage that is caused after these horrific killings.

The Moorside 

This drama on BBC 1 due to air in February looks at the kidnapping of Shannon Matthews. It was back in February 2008 that school-girl Shannon Matthews was reported missing by her mother.  It was a news story that hit the nation hard, and one that left everyone puzzled and shocked by.  Even more so, when it was announced that her mother (who had acted somewhat weird throughout) had played a significant role in.  It left the nation questioning how anyone could do that to their own child. I remember the coverage, and the trailers for this TV drama have brought the memories back.

For more information check out the BBC info here.

If you have liked this post let me know! I always have so many crime and law related programmes I watch, or re-watch.  So I would happily share more information if you wanted it!

Rebecca x