Posts
One of the many activities the UWE Pro Bono Unit undertakes is the African Prisons Project. The project sees UWE students assisting prisoners and prison warders during their Law studies in Uganda and Kenya. Kathy Brown has previously blogged about t (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Pro-bono works: Employability success for students
Marcus Keppel-Palmer, Director of Pro Bono, reflects on the experiences of some recent Law students who have worked in the UWE Pro Bono Unit: Employers, Law firms particularly, view students who have undertaken Pro Bono work very favourably. Not o (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: The African Prisons Project: Student blog
The following blog post is part of a series of blogs on the Pro Bono Offering at UWE Bristol:  One of the many strands of activity students can undertakes as part of the UWE Pro Bono Unit is with the African Prisons Project, led by Kathy Brown. T (More)
The next blog post in our series on Pro-bono. Written by Marcus Keppel-Palmer: Leading Patent and Trade Mark firm, EIP has signed up to be mentors for UWE’s pro bono initiative the Business Advice Clinic. Attorneys from EIP’s office in Bath wi (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Pro Bono works: Network For Creative Enterprise
The second blog in our series on Pro Bono:  The Business Advice Clinic, one of UWE’s Pro Bono initiative, has been providing legal assistance to the members of the Network for Creative Enterprise over the past academic year. The NFCE is a colla (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Pro bono works
In a series of blog posts Associate Head of Pro Bono, Marcus Keppel-Palmer will be sharing with us why Pro Bono at UWE Bristol works. In this first post Marcus shares research shared at the UWE Learning & Teaching Conference about the similaritie (More)
John Lyes, a past president of Bristol Law Society, has donated his collection of books and materials on the history of the legal profession with especial focus on the legal profession of Bristol to UWE. Amongst the papers were a copy of John’s own (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: IPO Develops New Tools For Universities
Marcus Keppel-Palmer, the Associate Head for the Faculty of Business and Law for Pro Bono, was one of the panel members working with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) developing a new range of Intellectual Property (IP) resources for use in Sc (More)