Anthony Walker Access to Law Apprenticeship


The Anthony Walker Foundation was established in 2006 after the racially motivated murder of Anthony in Huyton, just outside of Liverpool. Anthony’s family and friends did not want his murder to be another statistic and wanted his name to live on with a positive, lasting legacy.

The Anthony Walker Foundation works to tackle racism, hate crime and discrimination by providing educational opportunities, victim support services and by promoting equity and inclusion for all.

Working with the Foundation, the CPS has developed a programme which will support participants to develop new skills and gain experiences to support their career progression within the legal sector.

The scheme is now back and they’re looking for young people aged 21 – 25 who might want to work within the CPS or wider legal sector. They’re looking for participants from both Liverpool and Manchester and the salary starts at £25,000

Given the Foundation’s roots in both the Liverpool City Region and Greater Manchester, and two of CPS’ regional areas being within both locations, the scheme will be piloted in Liverpool and Manchester.

How to Apply

If you’re interested in applying for the Anthony Walker Access to Law Apprenticeship, we kindly ask that you complete the Application Form.

Once you have completed your application form, please send your written application via email to

Applications should be submitted no later than 23:55 on Sunday 18 July. Applications submitted after this point will not be considered

For more information about the campaign and how to apply, please refer to the candidate pack


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