Future Legal Mind Essay Competition
Future Legal Mind is a national award for UK resident students, set up by National Accident Helpline to recognise young legal talent.
The award, run in association with legal industry publication Lawyer 2B, is now an annual scheme following its successful launch in 2014, aims to identify the next generation of high fliers in the legal world, offering law students the opportunity to win £5,000 towards their studies and a coveted work experience placement.
The award is open to all permanent UK residents studying for an undergraduate law degree, CILEX qualification, or law conversion course (GDL or CPE).
You can now enter Future Legal Mind 2017 using the form below. The essay question for this year’s award is:
“If eBay can resolve 60 million disputes each year, why does the UK civil justice system need lawyers?”
Word limit: 1,300 maximum (excluding footnotes and a 100-word summary)
Deadline: 1st February 2017
For more information on how to apply click this link