Enriching your life in the law | Law

Enriching your life in the law

One of the aims of this law school is to assist you to cultivate an approach to law and learning which is enriching and satisfying.  In the past reference might have been made to ‘a well-furnished mind’. We no longer talk like that, but the principle that being well-educated and having a mind enriched by a wide range of ideas remains a valuable one. While many would regard this as an end in itself, it is also a major way of maintaining resilience and satisfaction in what you are doing.

In this part of the website we offer some suggestions for doing this. These include some ideas which might be counter-intuitive as in the following, in which JK Rowling (the author of the Harry Potter books talks about the importance of failure to an audience at Harvard University: http://harvardmagazine.com/2008/06/the-fringe-benefits-failure-the-importance-imagination

In this section we suggest ways of enriching your life in law through: