“Future Legal Mind” is an annual competition open to law students, and the entry deadline has now been extended until 1st February
The award, run in association with legal industry publication Lawyer 2B, is now an annual scheme following its successful launch in 2014, and aims to identify the next generation of high fliers in the legal world.
Prizes for the award include a £5,000 cheque for the winner along with a work experience placement, as well as nine runner up prizes of £250 each.
To be in with a chance of the prize, entrants must submit an essay no longer than 1,300 words, with the winner published on Lawyer2B.com.
Students are asked the following question: “If eBay can resolve 60 million disputes each year, why does the UK civil justice system need lawyers?”
For further details, and to submit your entry by 1st February visit:
Future Legal Mind Winners 2016