This new year sees a brand new cohort of Fellows begin their training contracts as part of the Justice First Fellowship. Now in it’s eighth year, the programme welcomes 18 aspiring social justice lawyers into the growing network of JFF trainees and alumni. Fellows take up their placements in legal advice organisations and charities located all across the UK, from Luton to Liverpool and Bristol to Belfast. In this round we are excited to be supported by our partners BPP, BBC Children in Need, and Skadden.

This year, one of the Host organisations, Bhatt Murphy, will support a Fellow in partnership with the children’s rights charity, Article 39.

The full list of Hosts welcoming a JFF Fellow this year are below. Biographies of all our new Fellows will be published soon. Meanwhile, do look back at current and previous Fellows here.

 

Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit, APPEAL, Bhatt Murphy (with Article 39), Bristol Law Centre, Centre for Women’s Justice, Hopkin Murray Beskine, Housing Rights, Howard League for Penal Reform, Just For Kids Law, JustRight Scotland, Law Centre NI, Luton Law Centre, North East Law Centre, Shelter Scotland, Speakeasy Law Centre, Suffolk Law Centre, Tower Hamlets Law Centre, Vauxhall Community Law & Information Centre.

 

ATLEUAppealBhatt MurphyBristol LawCentre for Womens Justicehopkin-murray-beskineCentre for Womens Justicehoward-league-for-penal-reformJust for Kids LawJustRight ScotlandLaw Centre NILuton LawNE Law CentreShelter ScotlandSpeakeasySuffolk Law CentreTower Hamlets Law CentreVauxhall Community Law Centre

 

 

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