Aberdeen Law Project

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The Aberdeen Law Project has announced the appointment of James Grainger and Emma Jamieson as co-student directors. Mr Grainger and Ms Jamieson, both second year law students, are succeeding co-student directors Helena Siebenrock, who stepped down in May, and Victorie-Anne Gomez-Llorens, who stepped

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The Aberdeen Law Project’s representation team has secured a three-figure sum for a client in a tenancy deposit dispute. Law student Lucy Matheson represented the client at several case management discussions before appearing on their behalf at the First-Tier Tribunal (Housing and Property Cha

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The Aberdeen Law Project has launched a scheme to provide people with little or no income with business attire to wear for job interviews. The ‘OutFit Like’ scheme sees ALP partner with Aberdeen Cyrenians, who will store donated clothing and refer potential service users to the scheme.

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A student from the Aberdeen Law Project has helped a client whose stepfather died intestate to find an heir. Stepchildren do not inherit on intestacy in Scotland which meant that, as no known relatives could be identified, the Crown had a right to the stepfather’s estate.

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Antonia Andison, Catriona Dee, Jamie Grainger, Luigi Mazi and Caitlin Pryde have joined the Aberdeen Law Project’s (ALP) representation team following a competitive application process. 

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Scottish law clinics and senior lawyers have come together to launch a new online platform to provide free on-demand video training to law students involved in pro bono work across Scotland. The Probonoskills.com (PBS) platform, believed to be the first of its kind, will give pro bono students acces

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A new project will fill an access-to-justice gap and educate the public on the law while giving students hands-on legal experience in order to help boost their employability prospects. The Tayside and Perthshire Law Project (Tayper) is a pro bono organisation due to launch later this year that will

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A law student has successfully secured 1.5 times the value of a tenant's deposit after a local landlord failed to protect the deposit in a scheme. Ruth Dale, a member of the Aberdeen Law Project, represented her client in the First-tier Tribunal before going on to defeat the landlord's appeal a

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The Aberdeen Law Project has announced the promotion of Martyna Proczek to the position of student director.  Ms Proczek, 20, a third-year law student, is succeeding Lauren Frame as the project’s ninth student director.

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