The Graham Turnbull Essay Competition

Each year law students, trainee solicitors, pupil barristers and junior lawyers (current, prospective or inbetween stages) are invited to enter the Law Society’s annual Graham Turnbull essay competition.

Graham Turnbull Essay Competition

The Law Society of England and Wales invites law students, trainee solicitors, pupil barristers and junior lawyers (current, prospective or in between stages) to enter the Law Society’s annual Graham Turnbull essay competition.


The Graham Turnbull essay competition

University of Oxford graduate Ian Clarke has emerged as the winner of the Graham Turnbull essay competition.

The Law Society has invited law students, trainees, pupils and other junior lawyers to enter its annual Graham Turnbull essay competition, which this year references the Magna Carta and the ramifications if the United Kingdom were to radically alter its human rights protections.


City Law School student Niall Coghlan was awarded first prize in the Graham Turnbull essay competition run by the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society. He wins £500 for his essay addressing the following question:Happy new year folks! We begin this year with a post on the annual Graham Turnbull Essay Competition. Wish you the best of the year.City Law School student Niall Coghlan was awarded first prize in the Graham Turnbull essay competition run by the Human Rights Committee of the Law Society. He wins £500 for his essay addressing the following question: The Law Society has invited law students, trainee solicitors, pupil barristers and other junior lawyers to enter its annual Graham Turnbull essay competition, which this year is on the topic of human rights.