Legal Advice Centre celebrates recovering over £3 million for its clients

Nottingham Law School's Legal Advice Centre invited friends and alumni to celebrate the Centre's achievements

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Professor Cillian Ryan addresses the Legal Advice Centre guests

On Wednesday 5 June 2019, Nottingham Law School was delighted to welcome friends and alumni to an event celebrating the success of the Law School’s Legal Advice Centre in recovering over £3 million in compensation and benefits for its clients.

In his speech, Professor Cillian Ryan, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Head of Nottingham Trent University’s College of Business, Law and Social Science praised the Legal Advice Centre for its role not, only in supporting access to justice, but also in ensuring that Nottingham Law School students receive a transformational legal education.

Laura Pinkney, Head of the Legal Advice Centre, thanked all those who have helped to make the Legal Advice Centre so successful and set out some of her plans for its future development. These include the introduction of new service areas and the introduction of a case management system. The Legal Advice Centre will also play a role in helping to prepare students for stage 2 of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination as well as in the provision of Qualifying Work Experience placements.

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    About Nottingham Trent University

    Nottingham Trent University was named University of the Year 2017 at the Times Higher Education Awards and Modern University of the Year in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018. The award recognises NTU for its strong student satisfaction, quality of teaching, overall student experience and engagement with employers.

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has been awarded the highest, gold, rating in the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework for its outstanding teaching and learning.

    The University is passionate about creating opportunities and its extensive outreach programme is designed to enable Nottingham Trent to be a vehicle for social mobility. NTU is the sixth biggest recruiter of students from disadvantaged backgrounds in the country and 95.6% of its graduates go on to employment or further education within six months of leaving.

    NTU is home to world-class research, winning The Queen’s Anniversary Prize in 2015 - the highest national honour for a UK university. It recognised the University’s pioneering projects to improve weapons and explosives detection in luggage, enable safer production of powdered infant formula and combat food fraud.

Legal Advice Centre celebrates recovering over £3 million for its clients

Published on 12 June 2019
  • Subject area: Law, criminology and justice
  • Category: Nottingham Law School