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Northumbria Law School Awards & Accolades

Winner - Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for the exceptional work of its Student Law Office.   

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Winner in the category of 'Pro Bono Team of the Year'   

 Shortlisted in the category of 'Pro Bono Team of the Year'
Law Society Excellence Awards

Winner in the category of 'Excellence in Community Investment'

"Outstanding, exemplary and truly inspirational." National Training Award 2010 Judging Panel UK National Training Award Overall Winner 2010  
Attorney General's Pro Bono Awards Law School of the Year Winner 
Higher Education Academy National  Teaching Fellow Appointment  
Law Society Excellence Awards Highly Commended  
Newcastle Law Society Law Firm of the Year Shortlisted

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