Anti-prejudice blog is recruiting up to 10 Legal Writers (6 months) and 1 Assistant Editor.
Deadline: 30 November 2019
They aim to reply within 5-7 days.
Anti-prejudice is a new legal blog which aims to supplement the many phenomenal sources on Equality and Non-discrimination in the UK to eventually become the leading blog source on this area of law. Joining AP at this time would mean that you would contribute to filling this gap in the legal blog space. It would also allow you contribute to making an often complex area of law more accessible to some of the individuals it aims to support.
Writers (6 months)
They have decided to take on up to 10 writers for a period of 6 months (starting immediately) in order to allow for a rotation of occupants in this post.
These posts are open to students, practitioners and other interested parties.
To apply they ask for a maximum of 2 paragraphs:
- the first should summarise a recent judgment in the area of Equality and Non-discrimination law
- the second should set out the potential impact/s of this judgment
Please email this to editor@anti-prejudiceblog.
Their Assistant Editor will help the LeadEditor with reviewing written pieces. You will preferably have some knowledge/ experience of this area of law. You will also have some experience of editing/writing for a legal blog. They are not looking for the finished article, a willingness to learn goes a long way!
To apply please email editor@anti-
Alongside their writers, AP is always looking to publish contributory pieces.
You can email these to editor@anti-prejudiceblog.
Benefits of writing for Anti-prejudice
Equality and Non-discrimination law spans several practice areas within public law including education law, social welfare law, human rights law, election law and immigration law.
For aspiring practitioners who would like to practice in these or other areas, it is a chance for you to engage in written advocacy through persuasive writing. Writing for AP will require some legal research and a clear understanding of legal principles and judgments, all of which are necessary for a successful practice. It is also an opportunity to have your writing published.
For practitioners, it is an opportunity to shed some light on this evolving area of law on a platform which narrows in on this practice area. It might also be an opportunity to comment on a case you have worked on and its impact.
Finally, you get to write about an incredibly important area of law which seeks to create a better society for us all.