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What the TV series Better Call Saul can tell us about the state of the UK criminal records system, by Just for Kids Law’s Justice First Fellow Alex Temple

What can Better Call Saul tell us about the state of the UK criminal records system?23-Oct-2018

Just for Kids Law

Just for Kids Law’s Justice First Fellow has written a free handbook for practitioners explaining the rules around criminal records

Police Records: A Guide for ProfessionalsOct-2018

Huffington Post

School exclusions are a legal issue, but we treat them as anything but, says Just for Kids Law’s Justice First Fellow Alex Temple

School Exclusions Can Be Life-Changing. All Children And Their Families Should Have The Right To Legal Advice15-Oct-2018

New Law Journal

The first two cohorts of Justice First Fellows have now qualified. Fiona Bawdon looks at how they are faring

Legal life changers spread their wings27-Jul-2018

New Law Journal

"The Justice First Fellowship scheme is using law to change the world", says Fiona Bawdon

Legal life changers27-Apr-2018

The Guardian

Denisa Gannon: The first Roma person to qualify as a solicitor in England and Wales wants to empower others by improving access to the law

"Roma people are not getting justice"20-Mar-2018

Legal Voice

The second cohort of nine Justice First Fellows graduated in February 2018, after completing their legal training and qualifying as solicitors

Second cohort of Justice First Fellows graduate22-Feb-2018

New Law Journal

Ronagh Craddock and Sami Halpern on life as a Justice First Fellow

"You feel part of something bigger"14-Dec-2017

Legal Voice

Belfast-based Justice First Fellow Emma-Rose Duffy on what the UK can learn from child-friendly courts in America

"Child friendly courts: what we can learn form America"11-Dec-2017

New Law Journal

CEO Matthew Smerdon writes in New Law Journal magazine about the Foundation’s flagship Fellowship scheme

"Why we are building sustainable justice first"8-Dec-2017

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