This blog is written by Aideen Byrne, Edinburgh Law School’s Pro Bono and Clinical Legal Education Assistant. This post introduces the purpose of this blog and the development and expansion of Edinburgh Law School’s Pro Bono and Clinical Legal Education Department.   Edinburgh Law School’s Pro Bono and Clinical Legal Education Department was established in […]

University of Edinburgh Pro Bono Society Committee members attended the JUSTICE Human Rights Conference 2020. They have produced six blog posts based on their reflections. The sixth blog in this series is by Xu Chen, Pro Bono Society Communications Officer, and  Graduate LLB student, reflecting on the breakout session ‘Climate Change and Human Rights.’ Addressing the […]

University of Edinburgh Pro Bono Society Committee members attended the JUSTICE Human Rights Conference 2020. They have produced six blog posts based on their reflections. The fifth blog in this series is by Gabriella Barnes, Pro Bono Society Secretary, and Graduate LLB student, reflecting on the breakout session on ‘Judicial Review.’ Chair: Sir Michael Fordham Catherine […]

University of Edinburgh Pro Bono Society Committee members attended the JUSTICE Human Rights Conference 2020. They have produced six blog posts based on their reflections. The fourth blog in this series is by Eilidh McDermott, Pro Bono Society Deputy Director, and  LLB student, reflecting on the breakout session on ‘Crime and Human Rights.’ On Wednesday 8th July […]

University of Edinburgh Pro Bono Society Committee members attended the JUSTICE Human Rights Conference 2020. They have produced six blog posts based on their reflections. The second blog in this series is by Gabriella Barnes, Pro Bono Society Secretary, and Graduate LLB student, reflecting on the ‘Review of the Year’ by Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC, Doughty Street Chambers. […]

University of Edinburgh Pro Bono Society Committee members attended the JUSTICE Human Rights Conference 2020. They have produced six blog posts based on their reflections. The third blog in this series is by Xu Chen, Pro Bono Society Communications Officer, and  Graduate LLB student, reflecting on the keynote address by Philip Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of […]

University of Edinburgh Pro Bono Society Committee members attended the JUSTICE Human Rights Conference 2020. They have produced six blog posts based on their reflections. The first blog in this series is by Rachael Greig, Pro Bono Society Treasurer and  Diploma in Professional Legal Practice student, reflecting on the breakout session on ‘Family, the Court of Protection […]

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