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Stowe Family Law Announce New Prize for St Mary’s Students

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Local law firm Stowe Family Law Richmond have announced a new prize for law students at St Mary’s University, Twickenham.

Stowe Family Law are offering the top performing student in the Year 2 Family Law module on the St Mary’s two days’ work experience at their Richmond office, which will give the student a close insight into children and family law.

St Mary’s University is excited to announce a new collaboration with Stowe Family Law Richmond who specialise in divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships and associated matters including financial settlements and arrangements for children. Stowe also has expertise in care proceedings and adoption.

Speaking of the award, Senior Solicitor at Stowe Family Law Richmond Estella Newbold Brown said, “Last year’s opening in Richmond marked another milestone in Stowe Family Law's growth in London, and as such we are really looking forward to building our relationship with St Mary’s University. As a growing firm, we recognise how vital it is for firms such as ours to provide support and open doors for the next generation of lawyers. We welcome this chance to do so for the students of St Mary’s, both via the family law prize and through other opportunities the partnership will create.”

Head of Department for Law, Criminology and Politics, Dr Judith Bourne said “This is an exciting opportunity for our students, and the Law School is hugely grateful. We look forward to collaborating with Stowe Family Law in the coming years.”


The St Mary’s Law degree focuses on practical (as well as theoretical) teaching which means you can develop the analytical and critical skills essential for formulating legal arguments. You'll also have the opportunity to study a range of specialist subjects that are relevant to your own aspirations. Students will be taught by leading academics in the field, and former solicitors and barristers, in an open and friendly environment, with emphasis given to supporting students as individuals. We work hard to help you to develop your employability skills and this degree programme will allow you to experience: an employment tribunal; Supreme and County courts; Bank of England; and Lloyds of London, to name just a few.

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