LiL Round Up – Our Top 5 Blog Posts from May-August 2021!
We are excited to kick off our new “LiL Round Up” series – bringing together our top 5 Life in Law Blog posts from the past four months. Check out our full list of posts below:
1. The Non Mat Leave, Mat Leave – by LiL co-founder, Una Radoja
Original post date – May 13, 2021
Una shares tips and tricks that allowed her to make the transition back to work a smooth one. Read it here.
2. “Dear LiL – I have to argue my first chambers application next week and I am really, really nervous. How did you overcome nerves at your first court appearance, and do you have any suggestions for success?” Signed ~ Nervous Nelly – Answered by LiL Ally, Mollie Clark
Original post date – May 17, 2021
Mollie advises on how to break down those nerves into manageable pieces. Read her original post here.
3. An Introduction to the LiL Articling Student Life Initiative – by LiL Ally, Emilie LeDuc
Original post date – April 19, 2021
Emilie discusses how best to navigate the transition between the life of a law student and that of a new associate. Read her introduction to LiL Articling Student Life here.
4. “Dear LiL: I will be starting my articles soon and I am very nervous. I don’t know what to expect. Do you have any advice for me starting my articles at the tail-end of the pandemic?” Signed ~ Searching for Guidance – answered by LiL Ally, Karina Alibha
Original post date – June 7, 2021
Karina explains how she made articling during a pandemic work for her, and how you can too. Read her response here.
5. Pressing “Pause” on a Life in Law: Will Your Career Recover (And Do You Care?) – by LiL Guest Blogger, Suzannah Denholm
Original post date – July 22, 2021
Suzannah offers valuable insight on pressing the pause button on her legal career and shares the honest reality of that decision. Read her post here.
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