M. McNeill, ‘The Benefits of Mooting’

Author: Melissa McNeill Practise Mooting In order to pass Obligations 1B, all students are required to participate in a moot. This is a graded element of the course and requires preparation, involvement, knowledge of the relevant law and appropriate vocabulary in the mock courtroom. This experience may appear daunting at first as many students will…

J. Frazier McBride, ‘Spring Mooting Reflection’

Author: James Frazier McBride, Mooting Society President 2019/20   Foreword: Hello all, During these difficult times, it’s really important that we all stay connected as a University community, as a law school and as a society. Kindness, communication and compassion are so important at a time like this. This Bulletin is a bit shorter than…

Glasgow Alumni, ‘Saif Gilani and Converting to a City Law Career’

As part of one of the Law Review’s projects this year we are undertaking written interviews with various law graduates to showcase the variety of career paths available to law students. For the fourth edition of this series, we have Saif, who graduated from Glasgow LLB in May with a first class degree. Since leaving…

J. Frazier McBride, ‘Mooting: The Facts and the Fiction’

  Author: James Frazier McBride As the 2019-2020 President of Mooting, I was asked to write a blog on the impending First Year compulsory moot. If you are not due to complete the compulsory moot but would also like to learn more about mooting, please do have a read. Perhaps you are also just looking…