The College of Law in York is inviting applications for the annual Tracy Kaye/Berrymans Lace Mawer LLP (BLM) Memorial Bursary, which helps towards tuition fees for the Legal Practice Course (LPC). 11/06/2012
The £1,500 award is open to students who have accepted a place on the LPC at the York centre and can show that their financial position would make it difficult to further their legal studies without it.
The successful candidate will also be offered one week's work experience at BLM Leeds before starting the LPC.
BLM launched the bursary in 2009 in memory of its colleague Tracy Kaye, who lived in York and was a dedicated member of the firm, specialising in personal injury litigation, before her death in 2006.
Chris Coughlin, senior partner of BLM Leeds, said, ‘We are delighted to work with The College of Law in offering this bursary to a prospective LPC student in memory of our colleague. It is important that talented students are recognised and rewarded for their efforts and we look forward to meeting the candidates.’
Criteria for the award include an ability to demonstrate commitment to a career as a solicitor and to help others through charity or pro bono work plus skills in a non-academic competitive environment. An interest in pursuing contentious legal practice is also desirable.
Paul Aber, director of The College of Law in York, said, ‘This bursary gives talented and committed students, who may otherwise find it difficult to continue their studies, the chance to take the first step towards a career in the legal profession and we are once again delighted that BLM is able to provide it.’
The deadline for applications is 10 July 2012. Further information and applications forms can be found at The College of Law - Tracy Kaye/Berrymans Lace Mawer Memorial Bursary 2012.
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