With practical tips and tools, this book targets aspiring solicitors, qualified lawyers in foreign jurisdictions and students. As well as offering solutions to questions and challenges when studying and practising your skills for assessments, this book aims to be insightful and practical, rather than merely theoretical.
The Law Society Gazette
Best purchase in assisting with the preparation for the OSCE! Great tips and advice on how to approach this exam…Thank you Neeta Halai for this incredible book.
Candice Turner Admitted Attorney (South Africa) / QLTS Candidate (LinkedIn review)
All SQE students should invest in this book as it will ably support them, step by step, through this labyrinthine journey and, if they follow Neeta's wise words of advice, should stand them in excellent stead to skilfully pass the SQE.
Christina Blacklaws, former President of the Law Society of England and Wales, CEO of Blacklaws Consulting
It offers, in accessible language, step-by-step guidance to those wishing to crack the SQE…[It] cover[s]…an overview of the SQE, how to prepare for the exam, functioning legal knowledge and qualifying work experience requirements, communication skills, writing and client interviewing skills, legal drafting techniques, advocacy skills and legal research. A lot of the information is provided in tabular form, and there are flowcharts, diagrams etc.
The Commonwealth Lawyer
I...will recommend it to my students as a text to help them with their overall approach for the OSCE exam...Students who are worried about the exam...would benefit greatly.
Sofia Parastatidou, SQE Training Course Leader, British Law Academy, Bologna, Italy
This is an excellent book that I would recommend for students looking for a general overview of SQE with some really helpful and practical suggestions and examples for studying and exam technique. The book is particularly useful to support students preparing for SQE 2, as it goes into the legal skills in some detail for which we do not currently have a dedicated textbook. Students will find this book incredibly useful as a study aid, alongside their SQE course textbook.
Sarah Grabham, Solicitor and Head of Bristol Law School at UWE