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Law Society offers students chance to win £500 and work experience at Holyrood

If you’re a Diploma or LLB student in your final or penultimate year, the Law Society of Scotland is offering you the chance to win three weeks’ paid work experience in the Scottish Parliament’s Legal Services team as well as a £500 cash prize.


To enter, the society asks entrants to blog on the following topic, aimed at young voters in Scotland:

“The Scottish Parliament is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. What piece of legislation passed by the Scottish Parliament in its first 20 years do you think is the most significant for Scotland and how does this make a positive difference to the lives of the people of Scotland?”


The Law Society is looking for an engaging blog post and you can use any medium for this. If you prefer the written word, you can write a traditional blog which may include images and/or relevant video content.


Or, if you’re keen on telling a story visually, you can create a video blog. Note though that there’s no requirement to include video content in your entry. Please also ensure you don’t breach any intellectual property rights in any material you use.


Submit your entry to DarrenKerr@lawscot.org.uk – if you want to host your blog or video blog online, you can send in a link. Or, if you’d prefer, you can send an attachment.

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