On Friday the 7th June, ENLC hosted the annual Scottish University Law Clinic Network Conference at Napier’s Craiglockhart Campus. We were joined by members from other law clinics across the country including Dundee, Aberdeen, Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian and Edinburgh universities. The day consisted of thought-provoking addresses from the President of the Law Society of Scotland, Read more about ENLC Hosts SULCN Conference 2019[…]
Edinburgh Legal Walkers listening to Lord Tyre’s inspirational speech before setting off! Huge thanks to all those who donated – we raised £180 in support of the Access to Justice Foundation. Image courtesy of the Access to Justice Foundation.
The Clinic’s committee is excited to work alongside the new student volunteers who signed up at today’s law fair!
This year, the Law Clinic’s volunteers will be taking part in the Edinburgh Legal Walk alongside fellow students of the Edinburgh Napier Law and Mooting Society and members of the University’s faculty to raise money in aid of the Access to Justice Foundation. The money raised will help the charity to continue to support legal Read more about Law Clinic Walking for Access to Justice… Again![…]
We’re incredibly excited to be collaborating with Edinburgh-based charity Abused Men in Scotland (AMIS) to introduce introduce a free legal advice service to their clients! AMIS is the only charity in Scotland dedicated to providing support to men and their families experiencing domestic abuse. We are delighted to be part of such a worthy cause! Read more about Edinburgh Napier Law Clinic Working with Abused Men in Scotland[…]
We’re very flattered and proud to have had our work mentioned by Joanna Cherry QC MP during a Westminster Parliamentary debate on public legal education! “The Edinburgh Napier law clinic is in my constituency. Edinburgh Napier University is a relatively recent deliverer of legal education in Scotland, but I am proud to say that staff Read more about Edinburgh Napier Law Clinic Featured in Parliament![…]
Stephanie, Jamie and Katie were delighted to have the opportunity to attend the launch of Social Bite’s incredible village – a fantastic project working towards eradicating homelessness!
We’re sorry to be saying farewell to Lynsey Smith, committee member and Craig Menezes, managing director, but wish them the very best of luck in their legal careers and thank them for their hard work and dedication!
The Clinic was delighted to be represented by one of its Directors, Katie Adams, at the Women in Banking and Finance Event hosted by ACOSVO: a panel discussion focusing on the roles and responsibilities of a trustee, providing first-hand experience of being on a Board! When asked how one might overcome a lack of confidence, Read more about Edinburgh Napier Law Clinic: Welcoming Women on Board[…]
Thank you to all those who donated their tokens in favour of Edinburgh Napier Law Clinic in the Waitrose Community Matters Project: we raised a total of £210!