Access to Justice Foundation Student Essay Competition

Access to Justice LogoThe Access to Justice Foundation in association with LawWorks and LexisNexis has launched its 6th annual Student Essay Competition.

Entrants are asked to submit an essay addressing the question “Does the legal profession prioritise access to justice for all?” Articles should be between 750 and 1,000 words and aimed at the legal profession. For full details click here.

The winning essay will be published in the New Law Journal and the winner will receive the Access to Justice Foundation Student Prize, which will be presented at the Student Pro Bono Awards in Spring 2015 as well as a prize of £300 worth of book vouchers kindly sponsored by LexisNexis.

Articles should be submitted in Word format to competition@atjf.org.uk by the deadline of midnight on Sunday 1 February. Undergraduate and postgraduate law students may apply, including LPC, BPTC and CILEx students.

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