We would really like to congratulate the University of Central Lancashire (pictured right) for being shortlisted for the Best Contribution by a Law School Award at the Student Pro Bono Awards last night.
Others shortlisted for the award included Birmingham Law School, University of Bristol Law School, Cardiff Law School, University of Manchester, University of Northumbria, Plymouth Law School, Sheffield Hallam University and University of Strathclyde.
We had a wonderful evening at the House of Commons celebrating the pro bono efforts of students across the country with speeches from Attorney General Jeremy Wright QC MP, Alex Chalk MP and James Harper of Lexis Nexis.
Lexis Nexis sponsored the evening which also held awards for Best Contribution by an Individual Student Award, Best Contribution by a Team of Students, Best New Pro Bono Activity and The Access to Justice Foundation Award.
Catch up with all the tweets from the evening using the hashtag #StudentProBono2017