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Are you a law student?

Posted by david-hand | 16 May 2018

Are you a law student?


We are seeking current law students to participate in a focus group, to discuss their experiences of conducting legal research (searching and analysing case law or legislation).

You’ll be required to attend one 2-hour focus group on either the afternoon of 25th or 26th July 2018, in Camden, London.

Each participant will receive a £25 shopping voucher on completion of the focus group.

The focus group will be recorded; the footage and audio will only be used for internal purposes, and will not be shared with any third parties.




You must be age 18+.

Must be a current BPTC, LPC, LLM, or LLB (ideally or is a 2nd or 3rd year) student.

Must be able to travel to Camden in London.

Be comfortable with the focus group being recorded.


What to do if you want to take part


Contact us at marketing@justis.com, including your name, course, year of study (if applicable), university, contact details and date(s) of availability.

Please let us know if you have any specific access requirements before applying.


About the researchers


The research will be conducted by Justis Publishing’s in-house marketing and research team. Justis are a legal technology company based in London, specialising in providing access to case law and legislation.


Contact information


For all questions regarding this research please contact Matthew Terrell on Marketing@justis.com


Terms & Conditions


Expressing an interest in this study does not guarantee participation.

We will be recruiting a maximum of 16 participants, up to 8 per session.

There is no travel allowance available.

Individuals are only permitted to participate in a single focus group.

Dates specified above are subject to change; advance notice of any change will be provided.

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