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My interest in pro bono was initially piqued in my first year and I ended up joining in my second year, after using Blackboard to compare different pro bono opportunities and attending the Pro Bono talk. It was there I heard about African Prisons Pr (More)
Lawyer and activist, Morris Kaberia, recently came to visit students at UWE Bristol to speak about his story of justice. After suffering an unwarranted 13 years, 5 of which were spent on death row, in Kamiti High prison, Morris was set free. With he (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Volunteering: Nakita's Story
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SS9BoE_aMCU&feature=youtu.be 'My name’s Nakita Hedges, I am a second year Law student, I worked for African Prison’s Project and I was a legal skills tutor. I taught a legal skills programme, so how to re (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Pro Bono at Bristol Law School: Video
The Pro Bono Unit enables UWE Bristol Law School students to provide free legal advice services to members of the community. We have spoken to several students about their experiences of getting involved in Pro Bono. Here’s what they had to say (More)