2nd year Law student Anita Dangova has been named First place at the annual Thomson Reuters Conference for the work she has achieved this year as a Thomson Reuters Legal Student Representative (TRLSR).
As a TRLSR, Anita organises different Westlaw workshops and sessions to help her fellow students achieve the best results possible.
As part of her role, Anita has worked closely with the Bristol Law School librarians to produce customised workshops and sessions for our students currently involved in the African Prisons Project (APP).
The APP offers high quality, accessible legal services to the most marginalised communities in East Africa through their training and leadership programme.
They operate in partnership with those who live and work within the justice system – from prisoners, to prisons staff and the judiciary – to those in government and other agencies, with individuals and organisations, towards a common goal, ensuring that everyone has access to justice.
Anita and the School Librarians have helped the APP Research Associates conduct their research effectively, using Westlaw. The research can be exported and shared with the group leaders from the APP which may be the first steps towards an African prisoner’s freedom.
Congratulations to Anita for the award and congratulations to both Anita and the Law School Librarians for a great collaboration!