BIPOC Mentorship Programme for 2021 entry
Global Esquire Canada and the BlackNorth Initiative Mentorship programme will provide 25 aspiring BIPOC professionals with mentoring and counselling on legal and law related careers. Five students will receive a $25,000 scholarship to fund their studies at Law School in the UK as well as receive access to key professional networks through an extensive Mentorship programme.
The organization was founded by Global Esquire Canada’s Chief Consultant Sara Bond, LLB, LLM, TEP, a UK law graduate and member of the black community. Sara is a Canadian Lawyer and is employed with RBC Wealth Management. Students will also benefit from access to Global Esquire Canada’s Chair Emeritus, John Kelly Former Law Professor and expert in optimizing UK Law School programs.
Program Eligibility Criteria
Apply to the program first to obtain assistance with application.
Be a member of the Black, Indigenous or Person of Colour (BIPOC) community.
Be aged 18-29 at the time of enrollment.
Canadian permanent resident or citizen.
500-700 words on why you have a passion to study law or a law related degree in the UK.
The students with the most financial need and little to no support may be awarded a one-time entrance scholarship.
Be in financial need.
500-700 words on how your financial circumstances hinders your ability to access the legal profession.
Exceptional grades, and academic record.
Awards will be announced Spring 2021.
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