UK Human Rights Blog seeks Scots, NI law and ECtHR contributors

10 July 2019 by

The UK Human Rights Blog – edited by barristers at 1 Crown Office Row – is seeking recent law graduates to contribute regular articles on human rights cases handed down by the courts in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Strasbourg.

We are looking for about five contributors in total to assist us for a period of up to a year, with each contributor focusing on a particular jurisdiction.   Contributors would be expected to produce about five to ten blog posts over the course of the year.

If you are interested, please email Jim Duffy (jim.duffy@1cor.com) with a copy of your CV and an article relating to a recent human rights case handed down in one of the above jurisdictions (word limit: 1,000 words).

Please note that contributors should hold a law degree or graduate diploma in law as of this summer, and that the Scottish/NI contributors will be law graduates from universities in those countries.

The closing date is 31 July 2019.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The UK Human Rights Blog team

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