The Law Clinic and its students have been shortlisted for three separate awards in theLawWorks & Attorney General Student Awards 2009.
Organised by LawWorks, the awards recognise the outstanding contribution made to pro bono work by law students and law schools.
The University of Strathclyde Law Clinic and our students are proud to have been nominated in three distinct categories:
Best Contribution by an Individual Student (Alasdair Stewart)
Best Contribution by a Team of Students (The Joint Committee, which runs the Law Clinic)
Best Contribution by a Law School (The Law Clinic itself)
The panel of judges was made up of Husnara Begum (Editor of Lawyer2B), Richard Grimes (Legal education consultant at Talkinglaw), Bob Heslett (Vice President of the Law Society of England & Wales) and Tom Laidlaw (Head of Academic Development at LexisNexis). The Attorney General then makes the award to the winner and runner-up in a ceremony at the end of March.