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Lauren Kilbride - Free Representation Unit Volunteer

My placement year at the NLS Legal Advice Centre

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Written by Lauren Kilbride, placement student at the Legal Advice Centre.

Advocacy Cup

The Cost of Saving: How Litigants in Person are Denied Access to Justice

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Written by James Cunningham, Graduate Diploma in Law Student at Nottingham Law School (2017-18)
The legal system of England and Wales is in crisis. This is not news to anyone who has taken so much as cursory interest in it in the past few years.

LAC 8

Why is it an advantage for law students to do pro bono work?

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Written by Mathew Game, Supervising Solicitor in the Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre.
 
On the face of it this seems a fairly simple question to answer. Most students I have spoken to on this topic provide a fairly generic response.

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Stephanie Theodotou wins ‘Best Young Lawyer in the Public Sector’.

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The Young Lawyers Awards (YLA) annually acknowledges and celebrates exceptional young Cypriot lawyers in the legal profession.

John Samuels QC

Thoughts of a Visiting Professor: His Honour John Samuels QC

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Can you tell us how you became a Visiting Professor?
Lincoln’s Inn, of which I have been a member for more than half a century, holds an annual dinner for law tutors.

GDL mooting finalists

GDL Mooting Society Final 2016

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Paula Moffatt, GDL Mooting Tutor
“The final of the tenth annual Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) Mooting Society Competition took place on Thursday 14 April 2016 in Nottingham Law School’s Court Room 2.

Competition winners Isabel Baylis and Sophia Baig enjoying late night mediation prep snacks

Nottingham Law School Wins The Worshipful Company Of Arbitrators UK Mediation Skills Competition 2014!

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About The Competition
The aim of commercial mediation is to reach a settlement between two businesses where the contractual relationship has broken down but they are trying to avoid court.

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