Swansea University and Simmons Wavelength are collaborating to offer a free, two-day interactive sandbox to generate outline proposals for LegalTech. The event will be held from the 25th - 26th of January in the Computational Foundry on the Bay Campus of Swansea University.
Collaboration: The UK Administrative Justice Institute are calling for contributions to their new blog series
Calling all academics; The UK Administrative Justice Institute (UKAJI) are calling for contributions to their new 'Emotions in Administrative Justice' series. Looking to explore and extend the growing research in this area, UKAJI have stated the purpose of this series is to link together administrative justice and the area of socio-legal scholarship known as 'law and emotion'.
Young Legal Aid Lawyers have published their new blog 'View from the Gravy Train' to dispel the idea that all lawyers, specifically legal aid lawyers, live immensely affluent lifestyles. They want to show the reality of tuition fee debt and low paid work, but they need your help - submit your experiences of working in legal aid today!
Young Legal Aid Lawyer's Blog 'Thanks to Legal Aid', aims to show the positive (as well as negative) stories of how legal aid helps families. But they need your help! Contribute your stories of working in legal aid today, to be featured on their blog.
DLA Piper are hosting an informal Pro Bono get-together in Manchester on Wednesday 15th January 2020. A great opportunity to connect with pro bono professionals from across the sector, over lunch. RSVP today!
The Legal Services Board have launched their 2020/21 draft business plan for consultation. Closing on the February 14th 2020, the Legal Services Board welcome any comments or observations you may have - We believe this will be of particular interest to Public Legal Education Organisations.
Code Your Future, is a vocational coding school for Refugees, Asylum Seekers and local disadvantaged people. 70% of graduates get professional jobs in tech or move into full-time studies. With 20+ scholarships available, applications are now open - apply today!
GamCare is to set up a nationwide programme to address the unique challenges women face due to issues with gambling.