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Press release: for release 30th March 2001
Contact: Liz Victor:
Tel: 020 7450 0620 or
Careers in Law for Disabled People
Skill: National Bureau for Students with Disabilities launched the latest edition to the their Into .series today. Into Law provides valuable information and guidance to disabled people considering a career in the Law and related professions. Other guides in this series focus on careers in architecture, art, science and engineering and teaching.
"If you are a disabled person and want a career that offers the opportunity to take on responsibility, to work independently and, with luck, to earn a good living, law may be the right one for you!" taken from Into Law positive experiences of disabled people
Barbara Waters Skills Chief Executive said. "Law is often a career overlooked by disabled people for many reasons. Only 5% of graduates of Law courses in 1999/2000 were disabled compared to 12-20% of the population. Into Law addresses many of the concerns disabled people may have and provides positive case studies of individuals who are carving out a successful career in Law and related disciplines. I am sure like many of the previous publications in our Into .series, this book will prove invaluable to disabled people."
Further information and a free leaflet are available by contacting Sue Beckford at Skill on 020 7450 0620 or by email email@example.com
For release 30 March 2001
Contact:Liz Victor (020 7450 0620) or firstname.lastname@example.org
1:Skill (National Bureau for Students with Disabilities) gives information and advice to thousands of disabled students every year on how to maximise their experiences in education (higher and further), volunteering, training, and employment. The Skill information service is open from 1.30-4.30pm Monday to Friday on 0800 328 5050 (voice) or 0800 068 2422 (text). Extensive information is publicly available on Skills website: www.skill.org.uk. Skill also advises government policy makers and disseminates good practice through publications, conferences and professional networks. Skill is a registered charity with offices in London, Belfast and Edinburgh.
2: Other books in the Into series include Into Art, Into Architecture, Into Higher Education. Into Science and Engineering and Into Teaching. More information and free leaflets are available by contacting Sue Beckford at Skill. Chapter House, 18-20 Crucifix Lane, London SE1 3JW, 0207 450 0620 (voice), 0207 450 0650 (text) or by emailing email@example.com.Booklets arepriced at £2.50 fordisabled students and £6.50 for professionals including p&p.
3: Statistics were kindly provided by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), For more details of their services please visit their website at www.hesa.ac.uk
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