Posts Tagged ‘ILBF essay competition’


3 weeks to go!

Three weeks to go to the deadline for the ILBF’s law undergraduate essay competition! Deadline is 29th February at 4pm. Wondering how to tackle our essay question: ‘Should the right to protest be unfettered?’. There are many ways to approach the question and to direct your research and ideas. All great experience and practise for […]

ILBF essay competition launch coming soon!

COP27 is well underway. Experts and politicians from across the world have gathered in Egypt to thrash out where we go next to tackle the climate emergency. It is a daunting task, not least for lawyers who have an important role to play in how the world deals with the challenge of climate change.   […]

Count down to our essay submission date: 3 weeks to go

Our competition essay question asks law undergraduates to think about how legal technology could transform the legal profession to improve access to justice and diversity in the profession, and what that could look like in 2030. Find all of the details of how to enter here. Professor Richard Susskind OBE joined as at Two Temple […]

Should law students care about legal tech?

Yes, they should! Join us on Wednesday, 19th January at 5-6pm to hear legal tech industry experts talk about where legal tech is going, what the challenges are, and how you can play your part if you want to be one of the creators of systems. Register for the free event here. We’ll be joined […]