ILBF Competition 2021—winning essay

Our first law undergraduate essay competition has been a resounding success. We are delighted that Jude D’Alesio’s winning essay has been published in ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine, Issue 9 ‘Fire International’. The magazine has a readership across the legal profession and provides a fantastic platform for Jude’s insights and ideas.

The question we asked law undergraduates to answer was: ‘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.’

ThoughtLeaders4 creates communities, content and events for legal practitioners across the globe in key practice areas. Just the place for discussion and debate about the role of legal technology and how it can work to enhance access to justice and diversity in the profession.

In the article, ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE also speaks to Jude about why he entered the competition, what he predicts for the future and what he is most looking forward to during his internship with international law firm Brown Rudnick. You can read the article in ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE here.

The full edition of Thought Leaders 4 FIRE magazine can be found here.

We wish Jude all the best for his internship at Brown Rudnick in early June, and his future career!