How to make the best use of 1,000 words

With the festive season upon us and a break from lectures, what better time to put pen to paper to enter the ILBF’s law undergraduate essay competition. But how best to use 1,000 words to convey answers to our question: What difference can lawyers make in tackling the climate emergency?

Hear from Sarah Trotter, Assistant Professor at the London School of Economics, and one of our competition judges, as she gives top tips using 1,000 words to convey your ideas.

Watch Sarah’s film here.

Looking for inspiration: don’t forget to follow us for more updates. In the new year, we will be posting details of how to register for our online panel session, hosted by LexisNexis, on 25th January at 5pm-6.30pm when we will be joined by lawyers from across the legal sector talking about what the climate emergency means for their work.

A quick reminder: all the details of the essay competition and how to enter are on this page.