Natalie Northridge receives £3k for BARBRI course
A graduate of the College of Edinburgh has received a full SQE1 scholarship with BARBRI for her imaginative and prescient of what the legislation firm of the future will appear to be.
Natalie Northridge, 26, is a step nearer to fulfilling her solicitor ambitions after securing funding price £3,000 as half of the authorized training large’s new initiative testing business consciousness and inventive considering.
Northridge, who graduated with a firstclass diploma in social anthropology, submitted a 1,000 phrase essay on ‘The law firm of the future’ which the judges thought of to be “the most original and innovative” submission.
In her essay, Northridge predicts that additional developments in AI expertise will result in larger and extra refined automation — a lot in order that legislation, enterprise and even life itself will happen inside digital realities. She explains it will add new dimensions (and challenges) to the work completed by the trainee solicitor of the future.
Chatting with Authorized Cheek, Northridge stated: “I am thrilled to have won this year’s SQE scholarship with BARBRI, and very thankful to both BARBRI and Legal Cheek for running the competition.”
Northridge, who will begin BARBRI’s SQE1 prep course subsequent 12 months, added:
“It was a really fun and different piece to write, and I am really pleased that the judges enjoyed it. I am pursuing a career as a commercial solicitor and so I am sure that this will be an invaluable experience for my career journey.”
To be in with the probability of profitable the award, college students and graduates needed to attend Authorized Cheek and BARBRI’s ‘What corporate lawyers do’ digital occasion in October.
Robert Dudley, worldwide deputy managing director at BARBRI, stated:
“At BARBRI we believe everyone should be given the opportunity to access the profession and that’s why we’re proud to have launched a number of SQE 1 Prep course scholarships to support the future SQE student body attending these events. This particular scholarship attracted a high number of excellent essays, however the judges were in agreement that Natalie’s submission was the most original and innovative.”