Positives: The class sizes are small which makes the quality of teaching much higher as individual questions can be answered with little to no inconvenience. The assessment style is practical and hands-on rather than the “textbook-style” learning many law students have to deal with. Overall it’s a nurturing and friendly environment in which I’ve made a number of friends, and have felt comfortable for the entirety of my degree to date.
Negatives: I don’t think there are many negative aspects at all! Law is an intense degree wherever you go, so having selected this study path I was well aware and equipped for the amount of work I would be expected to do.
My advice to future students is: Don’t think that you can’t change your mind later down the track! I’ve had a few changes in my study so far, and have dropped out of my second degree actually and am pursuing my passion for law now. There is no shame in chopping and changing, you just need to do what’s right for you 😀
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