January 26, 2017
Two Pupillage positions and eleven Training Contracts were offered in 2016, the third year of the Fellowship. The selection process finished at the end of last year with the quality of the candidates being such that an additional two Training Contract positions were created.
We’ll be posting more details after their introductory seminar in February, when they’ll get a chance to meet each other and Fellows from previous years. The new Fellows are:
|Fellow||Host Organisation||Type||First year
|Anisa Altaf||Birmingham Community Law Centre||Training Contract|
|Naima Asif||Pump Court Chambers||Pupillage||Bar Pro Bono Unit|
|Stephen Cutter||Release||Training Contract|
|Harriet Dudbridge||St. John’s Chambers||Pupillage||Bar Pro Bono Unit|
|Jenna Hall||Clan Childlaw||Training Contract|
|Sami Halpern||Islington Law Centre||Training Contract|
|Pamela Lalbachan||South West London Law Centres||Training Contract|
|Alexandria Lowry||Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau||Training Contract|
|Lucy Mansfield||T. A. Law||Training Contract|
|Siobhan Poll||Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit||Training Contract|
|Mariah Simms||Norfolk Community Law Service||Training Contract|
|Alex Temple||Just for Kids Law||Training Contract|
|Brooke Toon||Birmingham Community Law Centre||Training Contract|
|Joseph Vester||The Public Law Project||Training Contract|
We’re delighted to welcome them all to the Justice First Fellowship and look forward to helping them develop into the social welfare lawyers of the future.
These new posts bring the number of Fellowships provided over the first three years of the scheme to 33.
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