Following the tragic death of young barrister Inderpal Rahal a charitable trust has been established in her memory, to enable women experiencing financial hardship to further their legal education.
The trust applies to women who are from an immigrant or refugee background and who intend to practise or teach law in the UK.
If you know of any other relevant scholarships and bursaries, please let us know at [email protected]
Applicants must (1) be unable to finance the cost of their LPC and (2) be able to confirm that they (a) attended a non-fee-paying school and/or (b) were part of the first generation of their family to attend higher education and/or (c) were eligible for free school meals whilst at school.
If an applicant cannot meet the criteria under (2) they may still be eligible to apply for the DAS if they have faced or will face exceptional circumstances to pursue their studies as a result of their cultural background, health problems, gender, sexuality, race, religion or other extreme personal circumstances.
The Justice First Fellowship Scheme was established in 2014 to support the next generation of students committed to public interest and social justice issues who want to pursue a career in social welfare law.
The neigbours allegedly had seen Malcolm around the house at the relevant time and Fiona felt that Turnbull had been behaving irrationally after she expressed her intention to break-off the relationship.
All of this led your editor, nearly 30 years ago, to scribble this oblique reference about the prospective polly with the enormous sense of self-worth.
The story would have died as a bit of irrelevant banter had not Turnbull catapulted the affair into a by suing. Journalists who interviewed him for profiles invariably were threatened that he’d sue their pants off if he didn’t like what was published.
He waged a torrid war of libel threats against the former editor of , which had published something innocuous about the murky matter of FAI and HIH.