February 5, 2018
Work experience at a top UK law firm and £5,000 in prize money is on offer in this national award for UK resident law students.
The 4th Future Legal Mind Award opens for entries this week, offering UK law undergraduates the chance to win £5,000 and a valuable work placement.
The award, sponsored by National Accident Helpline, offers the country’s brightest legal minds a head start in the highly competitive legal industry.
Last year’s Future Legal Mind Award winner, Hana Kapadia, said: “Winning the competition will undoubtedly provide a huge boost to my CV, and is a huge aid financially, giving me a sense of security towards funding my studies. I would definitely recommend entering the Future Legal Mind Award 2018.”
Entrants are required to submit an original essay on a specific subject relevant to today’s legal profession.
This year’s Future Legal Mind essay question is:
“The personal injury legal sector is frequently attacked by government, insurers and media as ambulance-chasing lawyers seeking to promote a compensation culture. What can organisations in the personal injury legal sector do differently in order to dispel the misconceptions and bring integrity back to claiming compensation?”
Essays must be a maximum of 1,300 words, excluding footnotes and a 100-word summary and need to be submitted by
January 14th, 2018 Deadline extended to 11 February!
You can read more about the award, and enter your essay, at:
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