CLOCK National Short Listed for Access to Justice Foundation Award


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Posted on 22 April 2016

CLOCK National Short Listed for Access to Justice Foundation Award.

The Access to Justice Foundation award is for an educational body or student which has made a significant contribution to promoting access to justice.

The Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele,  (CLOCK), was developed within the School of Law as a unique academic, court, legal and charitable model for assisting access to justice.

CLOCK National was launched at Keele University by the Rt Hon Lord Justice Ernest Ryder, Prof Richard Susskind, Richard Miller, Head of Legal Aid, Law Society, Richard Grimes, Chair of the Clinical Legal Education Organisation (CLEO), and  Pragna Patel,  Southall Black Sisters.

CLOCK National is led by Keele University in collaboration with the Universities of Sussex, Brighton, Canterbury, Essex, Wolverhampton, Salford, Birmingham City and Liverpool John Moores, and is open to University Law Schools across the UK.


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