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Aspiring lawyers aim to secure 2021’s Future Legal Mind Award

The seventh edition of the Future Legal Mind Award is underway, as talented law students and trainees put themselves forward to win the competition.

Created by National Accident Helpline, the Future Legal Mind Award is based on a law essay. Previous winners have gone on to become solicitors and barristers.

Candidates must submit an essay based on the competition question, detailing their passion for the law and areas they would like to see reformed. Judges will then select a shortlist of 10 individuals who will be challenged to create a video explaining why they should be 2021’s Future Legal Mind. The winner will be chosen based on both the essay and video.

Current undergraduate students, postgraduates and trainees (including apprentices) in the first two years of their legal career can apply for the award.

The deadline for entries is midnight on Friday 26th February 2021. Further details can be found by visiting: www.national-accident-helpline.co.uk/future-legal-mind. Good luck to all of the aspiring lawyers who enter!

Future Legal Mind Award Logo (2021)
John Hutchings

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John Hutchings

Director & Personal Injury Solicitor

John is a Director and personal injury solicitor with over 14 years’ experience. He specialises in employer’s liability claims and high value cases relating to brain and spinal cord injury and traumatic amputation. He is involved with Headway and is a member of APIL. John was recommended in The Legal 500 2020-21,...

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