You may be a current Laws student, an alumnus of the Undergraduate Laws Programme or reading the blog from one of our teaching institutions.
If you think you have an interesting story to share, have heard about something in the news that is relevant to a course you are currently studying, want to give exam tips or offer thoughts on your study experience, please contact us with your proposal.
We can’t publish everything – so please get in touch before you start writing.
Guidelines to writing a blog post:
Ask yourself – is the proposed topic something relevant? Something current? Something that a large proportion of our students are going to be interested in reading?
The topic of a blog post can be on pretty much anything. Something may have happened in the field of law in your jurisdiction, an interesting story may have come out of your teaching institution, or it could just be a human interest story where one of our students has done something academically or personally notable. If so, we want to hear about it!
Although we welcome blog posts that come from our teaching institutions, we are not able to publish posts that directly advertise or market the institution. Likewise, we can’t publish posts from students that may advertise something, such as a study group – you may like to post this type of request on the forums of the VLE.
How long does it need to be?
Ideally we are looking for posts that are no more than 500 words, however the post needs to cover the topic in enough depth but not lose its way. We are looking for sharp, snappy posts that generally have a fairly informal tone. Remember you are writing to a worldwide audience!
You might like to browse previous blog posts for an idea of what we are looking for: http://laws.londoninternational.ac.uk/ . But don’t let us stop you there. If you are lucky enough to possess creative juices, please let them flow!!
Even if you’re not sure whether we’ll like your idea or not, please contact us and we’ll let you know!