Access to land and access to justice: an update from SULU

Last year, I was involved in the launch of an initiative called the Scottish University Land Unit. As detailed at some length in an earlier blog post, this was and indeed is designed to partner the skills and enthusiasm of law students with the land law needs of Scottish communities in appropriate circumstances, with the Community Ownership Support Service (COSS) of the Development Trusts Association Scotland (DTAS) playing a matchmaker role.

What has happened since then, I hear you cry? You can read an update over at the DTAS website here.

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Bachelor of Laws. Scots lawyer working at the University of Aberdeen. English law qualified. Took far too long to write this bio. Blogs on legal issues, with occasional veering into other purportedly intellectual stuff from time to time. Tweets about legal issues, education, law clinics, fitba, music, rogue cell division and not at all about politics at @MalcolmCombe.
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1 Response to Access to land and access to justice: an update from SULU

  1. Pingback: Clinics and SQE – what next? Some conference notes about the new route to qualifying as a solicitor in England and Wales (mainly from a law clinic perspective) | basedrones

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