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Legal Futures 2011

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Organised in partnership with the NUS Black Students Campaign, LEGAL FUTURES is the national law careers conference for ethnic minority students who wish to pursue a career in law. This year’s conference is taking place with the support of the City Law School, City University. Confirmed speakers include the renowned journalist, broadcaster and legal commentator, Joshua Rosenberg, solicitor and Chief Executive of the International Federation of Netball Associations, Urvasi Naidoo; Jo Sidhu, Vice Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee at the Bar Council and Jide Lanlehin, Head of Chambers at Middle Temple Lane Chambers.

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