This page is regularly updated with internal and external opportunities that we think our Warwick Law School students may be interested in. Please ensure you have a regular glance through to check if there is anything of relevance to you.

Opportunities for Warwick Law School Students

Have an opportunity that you would like to share with the Warwick Law School student community? Submit it here.

Understanding Wellbeing – A Module for all Warwick Students

The University has launched a new online, Open Access, not for credit module on ‘Understanding Wellbeing’. The module is available for all students (UG and PG), and it is meant to provide students with an interdisciplinary understanding of wellbeing as well as useful tools and resources to explore and cultivate it. Although not giving credits towards degree completion, the module is accredited, so if students do the whole module and pass the online tests, they will get recognition of the module on their transcripts (if they don’t want to do that, they can just access the resources at will as well).

Find out more.

Warwick Internship Programme

UK based internship opportunities – now open to register your interest. WIP interns gain valuable work experience and a learning opportunity, developing their knowledge of the workplace and transferable skills that will help them with career decisions. Find out more and register your interest.

Bright Network Research 2022

The Bright Network Survey seeks find out directly from students exactly what it is they want from their future careers. The information you give helps us and our employer partners to make sure that we are giving you the best possible service to support your future career. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete. You'll then automatically be entered into a prize draw to prizes worth up to £2,000. Deadline: 31 January 2022.

Find out more.

The Black Heritage Undergraduate of the Year Award

Open to all year groups and all courses anyone is welcome to apply, if they are from a Black Heritage background. Sky isn’t looking for any academic criteria for this award, they are much more interested in the applicant as a person. They’re looking for a winner who is driven to make an impact, whether that’s driving positive change in the community, breaking down barriers and leaving a legacy or being a visible role model for others.

The winner could win up to three weeks’ work experience at Sky, collaborating with professionals across a variety of business areas. You’ll gain a fantastic insight into life at Sky and receive one-to-one coaching and networking opportunities during your time with the company. Deadline: 31 January 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Pump Court Tax Chambers – Problem Question Competition 2021/22

First Prize - £750 and a mini-pupillage; Runner-up prizes of up to £500 at judges’ discretion.

Students are invited to submit an answer to this year’s problem question. No previous knowledge of the subject area is required. Answers may be up to 1000 words (including footnotes) and conciseness is encouraged. Entrants must be studying at a UK university/college or have completed their studies at a UK university/college within the past three years but must not have commenced a training contract or pupillage. Each entry should be the work of a single author (so no joint entries are allowed). Deadline: 31 January 2022 at 5pm.

Find out more and apply.

Unlocked Graduates

Two years. 196 life-changing chats. 4.7 million steps walked on prison landings. For graduates on the Unlocked Leadership Development Programme, two years goes in the blink of an eye in prison. In that time, you’ll develop sought-after skills – in settings and situations you wouldn’t believe. This isn’t your standard graduate scheme. And this isn’t for standard graduates. You’ll train for six weeks. Then you’ll be ready to make a difference. Deadline: 31 January 2022.

Find out more.

Charles Russell Speechly Opportunities

Training Contract 2024: To commence September 2024, our Training Contract will support those who are already studying under the current LPC route and those who will take the new SQE route. Both pathways are designed to give you the best possible training with the firm and encourage you to develop the key legal and business skills to enable you to become a successful lawyer. Find out more and apply.

Vacation Schemes 2022: Deciding which law firm is right for you is not always easy. You’ll spend 1-2 weeks in one of our offices covering different practice areas where you will carry out real fee earning work that could include attending client meetings and going to court. Find out more and apply.

Deadline: 31 January 2022.

Targetjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards 2022

Are you the next Undergraduate of the Year? The targetjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards is an annual competition aimed at finding the best undergraduates in the UK. Each award is partnered by a prominent graduate recruiter who provides a fantastic prize for the winner, including a paid internship, trips abroad and other exclusive opportunities. Deadline: 31 January 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Mayer Brown Hong Kong 2022 Summer Internship Program

Internship period: 4 weeks in June and July (2 batches respectively). If you are a penultimate or final year law student and are interested in joining our traineeship in 2024 please submit an application. Deadline: 31 January 2022.

Apply now.

RAISE Warwick – Rep Recruitment

Do you want to join an exciting community and help expand one of the fastest-growing student charity movements in Warwick? Then sign up to become a Raise rep!

Raise is a student-led fundraising organisation that runs nationally at some of the top universities across the UK. This year, Raise has come to Warwick! Join us as a rep and help us raise funds for the Against Malaria Foundation this term! Reps are a central part of Raise’s community and are crucial to the growth of the movement. As a rep, you’ll have the opportunity to help spread the Raise message you’re passionate about. Whether that’s through representing us at your society, talking about Raise with your friends, distributing posters and leaflets around the university, organising outreach events, or any new and creative ideas of your own, we’d love to have you on board and support you in helping to grow our movement. With a couple of group meetings and socials each term, you’ll also get the opportunity to meet like-minded people and become a part of our community.

Being a rep will: Look great on your CV ; Help you to develop important social, communication and teamwork skills; Give you access to a warm and inviting social community at Warwick. Deadline: 6 February 2022. Sign up now! If you have any further questions, please Oliver Hayward.

Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship Scheme 2022

Each year law firm Freshfields run a scholarship scheme for state educated black male students from non-privileged backgrounds. They target first year students. Successful applicants receive a range of support: mentoring, interview coaching, skills development and commercial familiarisation including work shadowing with Freshfields and their partners (Goldman Sachs, Bank of England, Aon) and a £5,000 contribution towards course and associated study-related costs. Runners up also access personal development including feedback, coaching and work shadowing. Since our involvement with the scheme we have had 3 successful scholars. This year it could be YOU. Deadline: 7 February 2022

For further information on the scheme and how to apply refer to myAdvantage: The Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scheme 2022

Pupillage at Ten Old Square 2023-2024

Ten Old Square is a leading London Chancery and Commercial set with an excellent reputation for both traditional and commercial Chancery work. We offer one twelve-month pupillage each year with a pupillage award of £60,000. We are committed to equality of opportunity and to diversity amongst its pupils and members. We welcome applications from all. Applications for pupillage commencing in October 2023 open on 5 January 2022. Deadline: 9 February 2022

Find out more and apply.

Linklaters Pathfinder Scheme

For first and second-years on a four year degree programme. The 2-day scheme comes with a 6 month development programme that 100% attendance allows you to AUTOMATICALLY FAST TRACK to a vac scheme assessment day at a MAGIC CIRCLE LAW FIRM. Deadline: 10 February 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Harrison Clark Rickerbys Solicitors Training Contracts

Applications are now open for 2024 Training Contracts. We are pleased to announce that we will be holding our next Trainee Assessment Centre on the 22nd and 23rd March 2022.
First stage interviews will be held on 2nd March 2022. Successful candidates will then be invited to an assessment centre day on either 22nd or 23rd March 2022. Please note that due to COVID-19, these may be held virtually. Deadline: 11 February 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Jones Day International Masterclass

Participate in an international masterclass together with students from other jurisdictions throughout Europe to experience what it’s like to work for a global law firm. You will travel to our Paris Office with Jones Day lawyers, participate in an exciting day of workshops and speaking events, followed by networking refreshments and dinner with students and lawyers from across Europe. Plus, selected attendees will be guaranteed an interview for a London Placement Scheme (subject to eligibility). Deadline: 14 February 2022.

Interested? Find out more.

West Midlands CPS Work Experience Programme for Warwick students

The Crown Prosecution Service West Midlands are pleased to announce their Digital Work Experience Programme. The programme targets 2nd and 3rd year Law/Criminology students but applications from first year students and students on other courses are welcome. This an excellent opportunity to learn about the CPS and experience first-hand what it is like to be a CPS Prosecutor. 25 places are available for Warwick students in March 2022. The programme for Warwick University students will run during the week commencing the 21 March 2022 and will be run over five sessions. Deadline: 14 February 2022. You will be informed if you have been successful in obtaining a place on the programme by 28 February 2022.

Applications should be made on the attached form and forwarded to Lucy Hutton at the West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service. Find out more.

TeaMWork Virtual International Programme 2022

A part-time, virtual international experience programme, taking place for 4 weeks during Summer 2022. It brings together small teams of students from Warwick and other top universities around the world, to collaborate on specific projects provided by an organisation. Deadline: 14 February 2022

Find out more and apply.

The International Law Book Facility Law Student Essay Competition

To celebrate its 15th anniversary, the ILBF will launch its first essay competition on 25 November 2021, open to undergraduates studying law at UK universities. The competition is an opportunity for all students currently studying law at university in the UK to think about how the practice of law will be transformed over the next decade, to engage with legal practitioners, and to have the chance to win an exciting prize. Deadline: 28 February 2022

Essay topic: Looking back from 2030 what should we do now to transform the legal profession (including by the use of machine learning technology) to ensure access to justice for all and that the profession is as diverse as the communities and businesses it serves. Max word limit: 2000. Find out more.

Short Term Mobility Bursary

Students can apply for up to £500 towards online or in person international study, volunteering or structured research opportunities. Up to 20 bursaries available.Deadline: 7 March 2022 at 10am

Find out more and apply.

Warwick Hyperloop is Recruiting!

We are looking for lawyers to join our business team, especially to help with drafting sponsorship agreements, drafting invoice templates and purchase order documentation and to check we are complying with various company regulations. This is an excellent opportunity for you to put the knowledge you already have into practice and to gain a taste of working for a reputable organisation as a lawyer, developing old and gaining new skills in the process. The aim of this project is to develop Elon Musk's Hyperloop transportation concept so that we can innovate and show off our technology to renowned companies at the European Hyperloop Week competition in summer 2022.

Interested? Fill in our online form. Email Warwick Hyperloop if you have any questions.

PwC Opportunities

We offer a variety of programmes for students and graduates to start creating their careers with PwC. We focus on your skills and passions, not just your degree and education. With our diverse range of businesses and variety of work you'll easily find your perfect role. Join us and we'll help you to reimagine the possible whilst developing an inspiring career and help us solve important problems together.

Find out more.

ADR Essay Writing Competition

The Judicial/ADR Liaison Committee has facilitated this Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) essay writing competition to allow students who are interested in pursuing a career in ADR to gain valuable experience with some of the leading organisations in the sector. The winning entrant will choose first from a list of ADR Experience Placements, with the runner-up having second choice and so on. To enter the competition, write a 1500 word paper on the topic, The Impact of Covid-19 on the Development of ADR in the UK. The entry will be reviewed by a panel of Judges and ADR specialists who will choose the best three submissions. Deadline: 31 March 2022.

Find out more and apply.

ICAEW100

ICAEW is searching to find the brightest students who have the potential to be the next generation of business leaders. Test your skills against your peers by taking a short online exercise and the students with the top 100 scores from each region will be in with a chance of winning unique opportunities and prizes! Why should your students take part? You can develop your transferable employability skills, have an opportunity to build connections with some of the UKs top graduate employers, and there are a range of fantastic prizes up for grabs, including a £5,000 cash prize for our winner! Deadline: 18 April 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Training contracts at Lester Aldridge starting in 2023 or 2024 – Apply now!

Apply now for a training contract starting in 2023 or 2024 at Lester Aldridge. Training consists of four six-month seats in a variety of practice areas across our firm’s offices in London, Southampton and Bournemouth. You will become an integral part of each team, working with many of our enviable clients, from large, high profile corporates to high net-worth individuals, with the support and supervision of our exceptional lawyers. Deadline: 30 April 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Tom Morrison Essay Prize 2022

Are you a student with a passion for governance or a recent graduate at the start of your governance career? If so, you are invited to take part in the 2022 Tom Morrison Essay Prize competition, initiated and supported by ShareGift, to be in with a chance of winning £1,000 or £500 as a runner-up. The Tom Morrison Essay Prize encourages new thinking and recognises original approaches to governance. This year’s topic: Climate change: the existential threat of the century. Discuss the opportunity for the governance professional to be a part of the solution.

Essays should be 2,000-2,500 words that demonstrate original thinking. Deadline: 3 May 2022.

Find out more and apply.

Legal Volunteering Opportunities at Big Voice London

BVL is a UK charity with three objectives: engage our students in law and legal policy; inspire them to pursue legal career and improve diversity in the legal profession. We believe that a person's background should not be a barrier to entering the legal profession and that the legal system can only benefit from the profession better reflecting the society we live in. To achieve our aims, we offer opportunities throughout the year for young people between the ages of 16 and 18 years old, who are currently studying for or have recently completed their A-Levels at a non-fee paying school or college. Our projects are free of charge. The projects are run virtually (via Zoom) and in person and are open to students from anywhere in England and Wales.

We are currently recruiting for the following two positions:

  • Coordinators: As a Coordinator, you would work alongside a group of Coordinators and the CEO organising and running the programmes and events for the students. This will include tasks such as student and volunteer recruitment, liaising with venues, sponsors, supporters, volunteers and students. No deadline - we recruit on a rolling basis.
  • Moot mentors: To participate in our annual mooting competition with the UK Supreme Court. Volunteers will act as 'moot mentors' to an A-Level student, meaning you will moot alongside them while also guiding them through the mooting process. As such, not only is this a great opportunity to improve your own mooting abilities, but it is also a chance to share your knowledge and skills with the next generation. Also, as an additional bonus - the final is judged by a Supreme Court Justice. Deadline: 19 January 2022 by 5pm. 2023 applications will open shortly after the deadline.
  • If you are interested in being involved in this year's mooting competition, but do not want to be a Moot Mentor, you can volunteer to be a Moot Clerk by contacting us directly via this email address.

Find out more and apply.

Work for Frontline

Frontline is a social work charity. Their mission is to create social change for children who do not have a safe or stable home. They envision a society where no child’s life outcomes will be affected by the familial or social background, and they do this by training graduates who would like to become qualified social workers. Our two-year, salaried social work training programme offers you a unique opportunity to work directly with children and families, helping them make positive changes in their lives. You will qualify as a social worker and complete a fully-funded MSc in Advanced Relationship-Based Social Work Practice with Children and Families.

Find out more and apply.

Do you think you could be a social worker? Complete a skills quiz and potentially win a £50 Uber Eats Voucher.

Warwick Summer School

17 July-6 August 2022. An exciting summer opportunity, which combines academic enhancement with a fun social programme at a top UK university and the opportunity to gain academic credit. Our three-week Summer School delivered in the Heart of England at the beautiful University of Warwick campus, and is open to anyone over 18 years of age. Students participating in the Summer School can choose from a range of introductory, intermediate and advanced courses in areas of Economics, Sciences, Social Sciences and Business.

Students will experience:  Networking with like-minded peers from around the world; Three weeks of teaching from world renowned academics; An eye opening evening lecture series with outstanding guest speakers; A fun and engaging social programme which includes a day trip to London at no extra cost, along with the opportunity to participate in additional trips to Oxford, the theatre, the Cotswolds and Bath. Current Warwick students and alumni are eligible for a 20% discount on tuition fees.

Find out more and apply.

Irwin Mitchell Digital Brochure 2022

At Irwin Mitchell we’re more than just a law firm – we’re a group of like-minded, friendly people working together to help individuals and businesses navigate life’s ups and downs. It’s an exciting time to join the legal profession, which is going through some of the most radical changes in its history. At Irwin Mitchell we offer training contracts & work placements in 11 cities across the UK. We value colleagues for who they are and what they bring. Many of our lawyers come from a non-legal background, so we welcome applications from all graduates and undergraduates. For more information about us, our training contract opportunities and relevant case studies from our current trainees, take a look at our digital brochure.

Linklaters 360 Office Tour Competition

Ever wondered what it is like to work in a global law firm? Take part in the 360 competition to win weekly prizes - including AirPods and ASOS vouchers! Find out more.

Warwick Foundation Studies – In-sessional English

Warwick Foundation Studies offers a range of English Language programmes to help international students in developing their Academic English.

Generic English Language Support - Workshops and group classes in Writing and Reading, Speaking and Listening. Classes in Dissertation writing and presentation skills in Term 3. Students must pre-register using the online form. Email contact: insessional@warwick.ac.uk

AIESEC Warwick is Recruiting

We are the world’s largest youth-led organisation. AIESEC, founded in 1948, is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. We believe that youth is the key to shaping a better future, so we provide students with the opportunity to activate their leadership qualities through learning from practical experiences in challenging environments. As a member of AIESEC, you will be able to learn by doing, gaining transferable practical skills in an environment similar to a start-up. Our members gain experience in fields such as sales, marketing, and customer management.

After being selected, new members will officially become a part of AIESEC in Warwick and will get to participate in our weekly meetings and in all of our activities. On the national level, many in-person conferences are organised and enable Aiesecers from across the UK to meet each other and share their experiences together.

Find out more | Join the Whatsapp Group for updates on events and activities | Apply online via our online form.

Student Innovation Tools

Check out our range of digital programmes such as the Steps to Start up programme for those looking to learn about social enterprise projects and developments and our Start-Up Sherpas programme which requires a 25 minute a day commitment across 16 weeks with opportunities to actively quit. We are also looking for paid evaluators to complete this pilot programme and get paid in the process.

Find out more.

Coursera at Warwick

Choose from over 3,000 courses and 400 1-2 hour Guided Projects. We’ve collaborated with Coursera to offer all students access to 1 free online course from many of the top institutions in the world and an unlimited number of 1-2 hour Guided Projects. Academics at Warwick have carefully selected a range of courses that will enable you to expand your knowledge in an area of interest while developing new skills. There is no cost to enrol in this programme.

Find out more.

The Forage

The Forage provide opportunities for students to gain work related experience via its work simulations and the opportunity to explore sectors and roles that interest you. You can use them to extend your law/other module learning and skill development. The virtual work simulations are freely available to anyone and can be done at a time/place to suit you (fits around your academic and other commitments). There are no entry criteria (or application process) and they typically involve around 5-6 hours to complete the practical tasks, activities, assessment and reflection. You get a certificate for programmes completed.

The programmes have been developed (with employers) to provide an insight into their organisation/work and include tasks and activities like those undertaken by graduate trainees. The Forage offers programmes across a wide range of job sectors including an extensive range of legal programmes and can help you gain insight into the relationship between theory and practice, develop important skills (e.g., research, drafting, analytical skills) and help position you for other opportunities like insight and open days, vacation schemes, mini-pupillages and other employer-based work experience. The programmes are particularly useful for postgraduates and other students who may find it difficult to access/compete for employer-based schemes. Find out more.

Lincoln’s Inn Mini Pupillage Grant Scheme

The Inn is very pleased to announce the launch of our Mini Pupillage Grant Scheme which will offer financial assistance to students wishing to undertake mini pupillages who would otherwise not be able to afford to. Grants are intended to assist with the costs of travel and accommodation, as well as a clothing allowance if needed. You do not need to be a member of the Inn to be eligible. Applications are open all year round.

For full details including how to apply, please visit our website.

Tours: Tours for prospective students take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9.30am, 11.00am and 3.30pm. More information including how to book can be found on our website.

Middle Temple Student Tours

Middle Temple offers tours to students in both large and small groups. Find out more.

Graduates First

University of Warwick have partnered with Graduates First, granting Warwick students free access to a range of practice psychometric and personality tests commonly used by employers as part of the recruitment and selection process. They offer a range of free aptitude, personality and psychometric tests and assessment centre practice activities for students and recent graduates, plus practice video interviews including competency-based, strengths-based, and industry-specific interviews.

Register with Graduates First for free.

The Corporate Law Academy Application Service Platform

TCLA is the UK’s leading online learning platform and 53 000-member community for aspiring lawyers. If you’re on a journey to secure a Vacation Scheme or Training Contract at a leading firm, TCLA is the perfect service for you. It offers a wide variety of resources and courses that could help aspiring lawyers. Since 2018, TCLA team has helped thousands of aspiring lawyers secure training contracts with leading UK law firms.

TCLA offer a wide range of services aimed at helping you break into the legal profession. From offering in-depth training courses, 300+ success past applications and a network of like-minded people via TCLA’s forum, TCLA Premium is the ultimate service for aspiring lawyers. TCLA are offering an exclusive 30% discount on their Premium service - the most they’ve ever offered. Use the following Warwick specific links: Bronze | Gold.

Find out more.

Free Student Membership: The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

CIArb is an international centre of excellence for the practice and profession of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Student membership is completely free and open to anyone currently studying at a university or other higher education institute. It may be of particular interest to law students who want to train to become either an Adjudicator, Mediator or Arbitrator (International and Domestic). CIArb student membership shows a strong commitment to the values and standards of dispute avoidance and resolution. By becoming a student member, you become part of an international community and can benefit from a range of services and support.

Find out more.

Warwick Volunteers

Whether you have been a member before or are looking to volunteer for the first time we are excited to have you join us. We have loads of projects getting started and more to come throughout the year, so we really hope you’ll find some projects to get involved with! Having volunteered since my first year, I’ve had a really great experience and I hope you will too.

Register today.

Sprint Programme

Open to both UG & PG female students. Sprint is an immersive female personal development programme for university students across 7 online sessions. Designed by The Springboard Consultancy in conjunction with Oxford and Cambridge universities in part to help address the gender pay gap imbalance and to equip students with the skills required to enable them to accelerate their potential in all areas of life including academic, personal and career as well as developing a positive mind-set.

Find out more including schedules and details of the application process.

Exclusive Video Interview Course Available to Warwick Students

This self-paced, online course is here to help you excel and present your best self. It will guide you through with inside tips, videos, examples, and real questions that have been asked at top companies. You’ll learn what hiring managers are looking for, how to set up your tech for maximum impact online, and how to answer tough questions. You’ll also have the chance to answer some questions and gain real-time feedback. VirtualSpeech have very kindly provided the University with a limited number of licences to access this course and we are making these available to you on a first come first served basis.

Find out more and apply. (Please note, you will need to be logged in to your Warwick account to access this.)

The Times High Fliers: Paid Research

Are you in your final year of an undergraduate degree? Are you researching your career options and applying for graduate positions? Yes? Then we want to pay for your feedback!

Student Focus, in association with The Times newspaper, is the nationwide student research programme on graduate recruitment. We require final year students specifically from the University of Warwick. Finalists are well paid for completing online questionnaires about their job-hunting experiences and can earn £10 for each completed questionnaire. Places are strictly limited and taken on a first-come, first-served basis, so register today!

Signing up takes no longer than a minute and registration closes once the required number of students have signed up. Please check your inbox for a validation email upon completion of the signup process.

E-Mentoring & Networking

Warwick’s alumni e-mentoring service can help students and graduates build their networks and expand their opportunities. Whether you’re looking for guidance at a challenging time in your career, a new skill for your CV or an opportunity to share the benefit of your experience, you will quickly find positive benefits of this exclusive service for alumni and students of the University of Warwick.

Find out more.

Hogan Lovells’ Virtual Internship

Open to anyone and everyone, our virtual internship will give you a better understanding of what we do here as you take on a few trainee-level tasks. It’s quick, easy to access and there’s no application process. Available all year.

Find out more and apply.

Mooting Opportunities

Mooting is an advocacy competition which enables you to develop your communication, teamwork, and legal research skills. While developing your core competencies, mooting is also highly regarded by employers, making it an excellent addition to any application.

Find out more.

Job Vacancies through myAdvantage

Find job and work experience opportunities aimed at Warwick students through myAdvantage which has a variety of job and work experience opportunities in the legal sector but also in other more general areas too.


View vacancies.

Critical Lawyers at Warwick

Get involed with CLAW, an association run by Warwick Law School students aiming to provide a platform for accessing 'alternative' careers to commercial law.

Check them out.

Bright Network Academy

A free e-learning platform in partnership with University of Warwick, full of expert advice to help you prepare for the world of work and graduate applications. Learn new abilities and impress leading employers.

Find out more.

Global Connections Community

We've created a Global Connections Community on Microsoft Teams, to help you to connect with Warwick students from around the world. A great way to stay connected; have fresh conversations with new people; and to meet people outside your halls or your course! The Global Connections Community is for ALL students at Warwick - wherever you're from, whoever you are, this space is for you! So come on in and join the conversations!

Find out more and sign up for our virtual events.

GIDE: French-English Law Essay Prize

Gide is delighted to announce that it is collaborating with The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn ("Gray's Inn) to launch a French-English Law Essay Prize. The topic for the prize will focus on a comparison of law relevant to commercial transactions in the French and English legal systems. The winner of the competition will receive a prize of £1,500 plus a two-week paid internship with Gide's London office; the runner-up will receive a prize of £1,000. The prize is open to individuals in full time legal education for less than six years at the time of submission of the essay. Deadline: 31 August 2022

For further information, the essay title and how to apply please visit their website.