Future Legal Mind competition for law students – deadline coming up on 28 February

The competition deadline is coming up on 28 February

The Future Legal Mind Award is open to current law students – both undergraduate and postgraduate – and to legal trainees, including apprentices, who are in the first two years of their law career.

The competition winner will receive a prize package including £2,000 and a mentoring session with one of National Accident Helpline’s experienced in-house lawyers.

To enter, entrants must write an essay response to the competition question, which can be found at www.national-accident-helpline.co.uk/future-legal-mind

Judges will review the essays and choose a shortlist of 10 entrants. Each of these 10 people will then be asked to create a smartphone video explaining why they should be named as the winner.

The judges will then review the videos, alongside the submitted essays, to choose their winner.

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