Get involved Clan Childlaw's 10-year anniversary Clan Childlaw opened its doors in 2008 as a free, child-centred outreach legal service for children and young people. 10 years on, it is a thriving law centre with offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh and a track record in advocating for children's rights in Scotland and delivering high quality training on child law. You can hear more about why Clan was set up and our current work in these podcasts. Help us celebrate our 10-year anniversary! Law Student Essay Competition To mark our 10-year anniversary, we are asking law students around Scotland: What is the biggest children’s rights issue in Scotland and how can the law be used to resolve it? The winning entry will be published by Clan Childlaw and the winner offered a week's work experience placement at Clan Childlaw. Deadline for entries: 5pm on 1st October 2018 Read more about the essay competition and rules here! Anniversary Conference Thank you to everyone who came to our anniversary conference on 11th May, "Defending Children's Human Rights in Scotland: Where are we now?". We had a great day with fantastic speakers Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People's Commissioner, Aoife Daly, University of Liverpool, Juliet Harris, Together, and Children's Parliament. Please check out the twitter feed from the conference using #clanat10 and #childrightsscot and our article published in The Journal online. Thanks so much to filmmaker Hugh Farrell, Children's Parliament and CYCPS for creating these films which capture the day and feature brilliant contributions from children's human rights defenders Anna, Alexander, Cameron and Emily, Bruce and Juliet: 10 Years 10 Munros Fundraising Challenge We've started our 10 years 10 munros challenge to raise money for Clan Childlaw's services for children and young people. Please consider donating here to help us reach our fundraising target! Swim Loch Lomond Clan colleagues will be braving the chilly waters of Loch Lomond in the Great Scottish Swim on Saturday 25 August 2018. We would be delighted if you'd consider sponsoring us. What do we do? Podcasts on why Clan Childlaw was set up and the work we do Chief Executive and Principal Solicitor Alison Reid discusses our origins and the work we do today. For further information about any of our anniversary events and fundraising, please contact us.