The Winners | Law Mind Maps Giveaway

So the Law Mind Maps Giveaway came to end this morning, and this is a very short post to announce the winners.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the giveaway with Law Mind Maps, and if you didn’t get a chance to enter the competition you can still read more about their products here.

Law Mind Maps Giveaway | Winners

Law Mind Maps Giveaway | Winners

As you will have seen Law Mind Maps kindly offered to giveaway one of each of the 7 core LLB/GDL module mind maps, and the lucky winners are below.  Law Mind Maps have already contacted the winners to arrange delivery.

Let’s announce the winners

Public/Constitutional and Administrative Law

Winner: Annabelle Coakley

Contract Law

Winner: Dawn Samson

Land Law

Winner: Eleni Babaletaki

Criminal Law

Winner: Katrina Brown

Equity and Trusts 

Winner: Lola Ileyemi

European Union Law

Winner: Sophie Turrell

Tort

Winner: Charlotte Burkert

Good luck for all of you currently studying law and if you are in the process of revising, don’t forget to download my free May revision planner here.

Rebecca

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Competition Time | Law Mind Maps

Have you heard of Law Mind Maps? If not, you will definitely know about them by the end of this post.

Most importantly though, let’s chat about this competition! If you want to skip straight to the entry form, click here.

Competition Time | Law Mind Maps

Competition Time | Law Mind Maps

What is the competition?

Law Mind Maps are going to select seven people and they will receive one of the 7 core subject mind maps.  You could be receiving one of the following subjects: Criminal Law, Contract Law, Constitutional & Administrative Law (a.k.a. Public Law), Equity and Trusts, European Union, Land Law & Tort.

Here are a few screen shots of what you can expect to receive:

Law Mind Maps | Certainties of Trust

Law Mind Maps | Certainties of Trust

Law Mind Maps | Indictments

Law Mind Maps | Indictments

These are perfect for LLB and GDL students and the competition closes on Monday 10th April at 8am with products being posted by the 12th April.  If you enter the competition you could have them in time for your May/June exams, or even some pre-reading before you start courses next September. (Just remember to update any info that may have changed, in terms of cases, legislation, syllabus changes).

Who are Law Mind Maps?

Law Mind Maps produce Mind Maps which cover the 7 core subjects on the LLB/GDL.  Students can also pick up Mind Maps for the core subjects on the LPC and the BPTC.  The company is based in London and provide Mind Maps to students all over England and Wales.

They believe that Mind Maps aren’t just for revising and exams but perfect to help you study throughout your course.  I know from Instagram that lots of you create your own mind maps, so these would be a great addition to your learning!

Where can you find out more information about Law Mind Maps, well their website is a great place to start, plus they are on Twitter and Facebook!

How can you enter this competition?

You can enter by clicking on this form here and the competition will close on Monday 10th April at 8am. Remember that you get to select which Mind Map you choose, so you could choose to enter for each subject (to increase your chances!).

Do remember that by entering  this competition you consent to receiving emails from Lawyer In The Making and Law Mind Maps until you choose to unsubscribe from each of these respectively.  Lawyer In The Making sends out one weekly newsletter which contains links to recent blog posts and any exciting news and you can read more about them here.

Good luck and I will be announcing all of the winners on my blog after the competition closes.

Rebecca x

Full terms and conditions are available here Law Mind Maps Competition Terms And Conditions.

Lawyer In The Making | My 2017 Mission

my 2017 mission

There are a lot of exciting plans and goals for 2017 including a new website design later this year.

However, the one that I am so excited to kick start is helping law schools produce more online content!

law schools let’s do this

So if you are a law school then 2017 is the year that it is time to make better use of that blog or news page on your website.  Not only is it a great marketing platform for prospective students but it is also a great way to create an online ‘digital’ time capsule for some of the events you have put on, student experiences etc.

Creating content really doesn’t have to be time consuming and I want to help you and your law students!

You have a bank of academics and students who could easily write some blog or news posts for your website, so why aren’t you?

I am looking forward to working with as many law schools as I can this year, and globally!

So I am here to help you, and below are just a few of the ways I will be helping:

  • sharing blogging tips
  • uploading videos
  • running law school training sessions
  • helping you create schedules
  • showing you that it really doesn’t have to be time consuming
  • showing you how to get your students writing

I can’t wait to see what we can all achieve in 2017!

So are you in?

I will be sharing blog posts and videos with blogging tips for all of you. So make sure you subscribe to my weekly newsletter here, and my Youtube channel here. That way you won’t miss a post or video.

Rebecca x

YouTube Video | How to follow up with people from events

I recently filmed a video with some top tips on how to follow up with people that you meet at legal events.

Maybe they gave you a business card and you just want to ask them some questions. Perhaps they asked you to contact them regarding work experience or job opportunities.  Maybe they asked for you to keep them in the loop about your career.  Whatever the reason this video contains some basic tips to help you reach out to them.

Follow up

3 quick ways to assist you with following up with people after an event.

  1. Jot down some notes on their business card or a notebook. Note down who they were and most importantly WHY you need to contact them (if there was a reason of course).  For example, if you need to send them your CV to look over make sure you write that down and you do it.
  2. Don’t be afraid to remind people (politely) where you met them. For example, it was really great to sit next to you at X.
  3. Spelling and grammar is important. Misspelling someone’s name is poor form, especially when you have it on a business card in front of you.

I hope you find it useful and if you did, please head on over and subscribe to my YouTube channel here.  I am uploading weekly videos and plan to create even more content this year for you on YouTube.

Rebecca x

P.S. for lots of top tips make sure you are checking out my twitter as well @lawyer_inmaking 

It’s Christmas Day!

Christmas Day

Christmas Day is here again. Is it just me, or has this year flown by?

I know that you will all be very busy right now with family and friends enjoying Christmas Day. So this post is a quick one just to wish you a wonderful Christmas break.

Lawyer In The Making | Christmas Card

Lawyer In The Making | Christmas Card

wishing you all a wonderful Christmas

So Lawyer In The Making has its first ever company Christmas Card and some went in the post last week.  I had the pleasure of playing Santa and hand delivering them to a few people in London.  I dropped a card into to a few clients, law firms, barristers, chambers and organisations.  Sadly I couldn’t send one to everyone I know, but I wish I could.

A special Christmas email went out this morning, so subscribers to my weekly newsletter have a Christmassy email in their inbox!

If you don’t subscribe to my email, feel free to make my Christmas by subscribing here.

Have a brilliant Christmas!

Rebecca x