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23 May 2022

During my second year of university, I took a module which required me to have a voluntary placement within the Criminal Justice System (CJS). For my placement I became a Special Constable with Essex Police, which I still am today. Read more…

23 May 2022

Throughout my time at university, I have found many different materials and resources that have helped me study and write my assignments. My course is unique in that there are no exams, so this list is of things I have found useful outside of the general reading list we're given. Read more…

30 March 2022

I will soon be starting my final year of Crime and Investigative Studies and I thought it’d be cool to talk about what I want to do after I graduate, how I want to progress, and what type of career I would like to focus on. Read more…

15 October 2021

When deciding what to do after A levels I was really stuck. Every day a new course would come to mind, so I visited my school's career officer who suggested that I look into law. And that's what brought me to ARU. Read more…

3 August 2021

Summer is great to relax from all the university assignments, but it is also a great opportunity for students to refresh their memory or even learn something new. Personally… Read more…

8 February 2021

Studying a degree at university is hard, especially if it's Law! It takes commitment and hard work. From all-nighters if you are a night owl, or early mornings if you are an early bird, to long hours of research, studying, note-making, reading, million cups of coffee and willpower. Read more…

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