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David T Wade Student at Law Ltd's - News and Updates - Blog

 

Welcome to my Blog…

For the latest news and updates.

 

 

It's all about Beverley HU17.net - Feature

 

 

 

 

 

“Legal eagle comes to the help of struggling locals … being successfully helped by a local legal eagle David T. Wade … supports clients in Hull, Goole, Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Selby and York as well as serving others across the UK”

Read the article HERE

The Goole Times - Article

“A legal eagle has come to the help of local people who are caught up in the process of expensive fees and limited access to legal aid”

 

 

 

BBC Humberside Radio - Interview

On the 28th February 2019 David T. Wade was on the David Burns show on BBC Radio Humberside talking about his Student at Law legal business helping people and small businesses.

“Thank you for having me on the show”

BBC Radio Humberside Facebook Post

 

 

 

Selby and Goole Times - Article

 

“I just want to help people by continuing to do what I am doing, helping people in a way that is effective and successful … I really believe that my time and energy will be more usefully spent providing legal services to people who need this  help”

 

Feb 2019

The Daily Mirror - Article

David T Wade Student at Law Ltd in the Daily Mirror discussing the new Student at Law Business Model.

“In 2014 I put together a small business, helping people earning an income during my studies. I’ve now set up Student at Law, (studentatlaw.org.uk) a business model that lets other law students set up on their own and follow in my footsteps, offering people and small businesses a low-cost alternative to dealing with their legal affairs.

The cuts to Legal Aid and the high price of private legal representation have left many people to face things alone…

Feb 2019

That's TV Humber - Interview

David was interviewed by That’s TV Humber.

2019

The Independent Newspaper - Article

David was in the Independent Newspaper about his new law business.

“The aim – to provide “a valuable service” to people and small businesses that cannot get legal aid or afford high street solicitor costs.”

Article Link Here

Jan 2016

 

David T Wade Student at Law Ltd's Blog

For the latest news and updates.

 

It's all about Beverley HU17.net - Feature
The Goole Times - Article

 

“A legal eagle has come to the help of local people who are caught up in the process of expensive fees and limited access to legal aid”

 

 

BBC Humberside Radio - Interview

On the 28th February 2019 David T. Wade was on the David Burns show on BBC Radio Humberside talking about his Student at Law legal business helping people and small businesses.

“Thank you for having me on the show”

BBC Radio Humberside Facebook Post

 

 

Selby and Goole Times - Article

“I just want to help people by continuing to do what I am doing, helping people in a way that is effective and successful … I really believe that my time and energy will be more usefully spent providing legal services to people who need this  help”


2019

The Daily Mirror - Article

David T Wade Student at Law Ltd in the Daily Mirror discussing the new Student at Law Business Model.

“In 2014 I put together a small business, helping people earning an income during my studies. I’ve now set up Student at Law, (studentatlaw.org.uk) a business model that lets other law students set up on their own and follow in my footsteps, offering people and small businesses a low-cost alternative to dealing with their legal affairs.

The cuts to Legal Aid and the high price of private legal representation have left many people to face things alone…

David T Wade in the Daily Mirror 2019

 

Feb 2019

 

That's TV Humber - Interview

David was interviewed by That’s TV Humber.

2019

 

The Independent Newspaper - Article

David was in the Independent Newspaper about his new law business.

“The aim – to provide “a valuable service” to people and small businesses that cannot get legal aid or afford high street solicitor costs.”

Article Link Here

Jan 2016