The Latest Developments from the Public Law Project

by | Sep 11, 2014

PLP is recruiting a trainee solicitor through the Justice First Fellowship; a scheme which has been established to help talented law students establish sustainable careers with a focus on access to justice. The Scheme has been established by The Legal Education Foundation, in partnership with other funding organisations in the social welfare law sector. The paid fellowship will run for two years, with the potential for a post-qualification post. Full details can be found at here.

PLP’s updated guide to support under Section 17 Children Act 1989 is now available free from our website. It is designed to assist voluntary organisations working with destitute migrant families in identifying which families can access support from social services. You can find the guide at here.

PLP’s Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference is selling out fast, but places are still available. View the conference programme and book your place.

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