Future Legal Mind Award 2019 by National Accidental Helpline [Cash Prize Upto Rs. 1.8 Lakh]: Apply by Feb 28

Future Legal Mind Award from National Accident Helpline offers students the chance to chance to win £2,000 cash prize plus mentoring, and more. Past winners of the award include Oxford University graduate Tom Phillips, who later secured pupillage at QEB Hollis Whiteman.

Future Legal Mind Award 2019 We believe it’s crucial to have the very best people engaged in the legal sector, so our annual Future Legal Mind Award aims to give the brightest minds the support they need today to make a difference tomorrow.

The competition – which is now in its fifth year – challenges entrants to show their expertise with a short essay response (500-650 words) to our competition statement below.

How to enter:

Write a personal response to the statement below in 500-650 words:

In today’s world, the law provides a great foundation for any career. Outline your ambitions and aspirations and why you’ve chosen the Law. How do you think having a legally-trained mind will benefit you in the future and could benefit society, the country and/or your community?

Submit your entry via email to [email protected] by 28 February 2019.

The winner will receive:

  • A £2,000 cash prize.
  • A mentoring session with our Legal Director, Jonathan White, and Partnerships Director, Adam Nabozny – both qualified lawyers with a wealth of experience who can give advice and guidance.
  • A meeting in London with a legal politician.
  • A starring role in a professionally produced video, endorsed and promoted by National Accident Helpline, which the winner can share as part of raising their own professional profile.

Entry deadline: 28th February 2019

Simon Trott, Managing Director of National Accident Helpline and chair of judges, says:

“The impact that Future Legal Mind has had on the sector for aspiring legal professionals has been greater than we could have envisaged when we launched five years ago, so we’re absolutely thrilled to be launching the competition for 2019.”

How to enter Future Legal Mind 2019:

Round 1: Write a personal response to the statement below in 500-650 words:

In today’s world, the law provides a great foundation for any career. Outline your ambitions and aspirations and why you’ve chosen the Law. How do you think having a legally-trained mind will benefit you in the future and could benefit society, the country and/or your community?

Submit your entry by emailing [email protected] by 28th February 2019.

Round 2: The judges will choose a shortlist of 10 people and invite them each to submit a short home-made video (1-2 minutes) to support their written response to the above.

In this video, shortlisted entrants can tell us why they have applied and how their initial entry represents them as a Future Legal Mind.

The winner: The winner of Future Legal Mind 2019 will be selected from the shortlist of 10, taking into account both the written response and the supporting video.

The decision will be announced in May 2019.

Eligibility details are here.

 

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