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The Debate - backstage, front of house and top tips

In this mini-series of blogs, three key players in the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament share their individual perspectives of the event.

How getting involved in debating can change your life

Head of education Rob Marrs explains how getting involved in debating, whether as competitor or judge, can be incredibly rewarding. And more importantly, he explains how to win a debate.

A Street Law lesson for Street Lawyers

Laura Gulliver tells us more about the latest training for law students joining the Law Society’s Street Law scheme

Gulliver’s travels

Laura Gulliver, careers and outreach manager at the Society, reveals all about autumn in the Education & Training team

Letter: law students ARE taught life skills

A teacher responds to "The evolving lawyer" column

Letter: “Times are tough”

Reply to Fiona McAllister's article in relation to trainee salaries

Faith in our schools

The easy, but clearly wrong, criticism of denominational schools

A representative legal profession: cornerstone of fairness and justice

Address to the reception at the Scottish Parliament for the Campaign for Fair Access to the Legal Profession

Flexi-training good: SYLA

Call to Society to provide further support

School's out

Work with schools raises awareness among pupils - and is very rewarding

Know any legal terms that rhyme with dromedary?

Welcoming the Law Society of Scotland’s recent announcement, a trainee who has been working for nothing explains why “legal eagle” is the least appropriate description

Scotland, my choice

A Nigerian student is pleased to have had the chance to study for his LLM at Glasgow University, while suggesting there are things that could be done to make the experience even more worthwhile

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