Editor's weekly: Students behaving badly

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  • You do know that most students, especially law students, are living in a bubble and have no idea what's really happening in the legal sector? When I was at uni, the most preparation anyone ever did for a law fair was wash their hair.

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  • If this as you say was your first Law Fair of the season then I am assuming that the title of your article and the list on how not to behave is a result of your visit to the University of Kent. As a student at Kent studying Law, I find this unfair as it paints us in a bad light when some of us actually spent the time to do our research and behaved appropriately. Its epecially unfair on those who worked really hard to put the Fair together.

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  • I must ask if all your comments pertain to the Law fair at Kent, as i was there and don't recall seeing any drunk students throwing freebies at law fair reps?

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  • The incident regarding the drunk student was not at Kent but at another institution. The points I have highlighted relate to student behaviour at lots of different universities and are from stories i have gathered from graduate recruitment managers. In response to Jackie - I think the actual fair at Kent was very well organised and would indeed like to thank the students who put it together as they did a very good job!

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