Resilience, empathy and passion – but what else does it take to be a lawyer for the people?
Resilience, empathy and passion – but what else does it take to be a lawyer for the people? Donna Butler, an associate at GA Solicitors, puts forward a fair case for the power of empathy and studying law at the University of Plymouth.
Jennifer Smith – LLB (Hons) Law graduate
University of Plymouth: Jennifer Smith, LLB Law graduate
Pioneering law clinic wins national awards for third year in succession
The award-winning Plymouth Law Clinic project, which has established a model of student-led law clinics in the community, has won two more national awards.
Enhancing understanding of the law and justice system
Plymouth University News: People will get the chance to learn about life in prison and gain an insight into the workings of the law and criminal justice system thanks to Plymouth University
Plymouth Student Law Society impresses at the UK Supreme Court
Plymouth University news: Students from the University's Law Society have had a taste of the top, after a visit to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
David Hawkins - LLB Law Graduate
David Hawkins, Law student at Plymouth University.
Analysing the impact of Britain's longest rulers
Plymouth University news: Constitutional expert Dr Judith Rowbotham writes about the similarities between Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Victoria as the former become Britain's longest-reigning monarch
Rachael Walsh: Finding human truths in the face of the death penalty
Plymouth University Law Graduate Rachael Walsh talks about her time at Plymouth and her subsequent career as a Mitigation Specialist in the USA where she works with prisoners facing the death penalty in the State of Georgia.
Accolade for Plymouth Law Clinic Director
Plymouth University news: The Director of Plymouth University’s Law Clinic has been presented with an award in recognition of her commitment to refugee work in the South West