With this year's first big Open Day coming up this weekend, our Student Engagement Worker Hazel Jackson takes you through all the sights and sounds any prospective Law student can't afford to miss when visiting our Colchester campus! The School of Law The School of Law is located in the south-east corner of Square 4, … Continue reading 7 things any prospective Law student shouldn’t miss on their Open Day visit to the Colchester Campus
Guest post by Jade Hunt, Student and Gold Member of the Essex Law Clinic I was inspired to write this blog about an incredible charity based in Colchester. Beacon House is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and was established to help homeless people in Colchester and vulnerable people at high risk of homelessness. … Continue reading Essex Law Clinic Project: Beacon House Ministries
Hi! My name is Hazel and I am the new Student Engagement Intern for the School of Law. Along with writing posts for this blog, my role within the School will involve running student engagement events such as the upcoming first year social and creating content for the School's three-termly newsletters. I will also be … Continue reading With a new academic year, comes a new writer; meet our Student Engagement Intern Hazel Jackson!
Dear Law Student Donald Nicolson, Director of Essex Law Clinic The Essex Law Clinic is now open for applications for membership for the new academic year. We are looking to expand numbers, but at the same time ensure that members have the commitment to client service that our clients deserve. As a result, we now … Continue reading Open letter to all Law Students from the Essex Law Clinic Director
LawWorks and Attorney General Student Pro Bono Awards The Law Clinic was proud to announce that Catherine Duggan, one of its Student Directors, was nominated for the title of Student of the Year at the annual LawWorks and Attorney General Student Pro Bono awards. This is a fantastic achievement and Cat and the Deputy Law … Continue reading Essex Law Clinic Updates: Summer Term 2019
[In French] For many, the university is an opportunity to make a new start, to get to know each other, but also to try new things. Nothing is less true in Essex. In addition to discovering a new culture, it is also possible to discover new activities. We interviewed a few students who told us … Continue reading Societies and sports on campus: an unusual guide
[In French] Since the "labor law" of August 8, 2016, an employer can restrict or prohibit the wearing of religious symbols in his company in France, even if such signs would not affect the accomplishment of his employees' work. By Héloïse Kroband (student) Dans l’entreprise, dé-voilons tout ! Depuis la « loi travail » du 8 août 2016, … Continue reading French/English Double Degree Paper: Freedom of religion in the workspace