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The launch of Future Legal Mind saw prizes awarded in two categories - undergraduate and postgraduate.

Our first Future Legal Mind winners were Amy Loughery (undergraduate) and Lukas Hamilton Eddy (postgraduate).

The essay question

For our 2015 competition, we asked entrants to write an essay responding to the following question:


We are looking for the brightest legal minds of tomorrow. Your entry should demonstrate original thinking, and legal insight, with a well-structured argument and evidence of research. 
We are passionate about securing access to justice for the future, and we want you to show that you share that passion.

Prizes

Both of our 2015 winners, Amy and Lukas, received £5,000 towards their legal studies, as well as a highly coveted placement at leading solicitor firm Colemans-ctts. 


Finalist (Postgraduate): Benjamin Burns

Benjamin was studying law at City University when he was named as a finalist.

Benjamin Burns

Finalist (Postgraduate): Maria Javed

Maria was studying at BPP University in London when she was named as one of our finalists.

Maria Javed

Finalist (Postgraduate): Tarwireyi Chadoka

Tarwireyi was a student at the University of South Wales when he was named on our shortlist.

Tarwireyi Chadoka

Finalist (Undergraduate): Abla Seckley

Abla was a student at the University of Kent when she was named as one of our finalists.

Abla Seckley

Finalist (Undergraduate): Oliver Archant

Oliver was a third-year student at the University of Glasgow when he was named on our 2015 shortlist.

Oliver Archant

Finalist (Undergraduate): Taran Ghatrora

Taran was a student at the University of Cardiff's law school when she was named on our 2015 shortlist.

Taran Ghatrora