Queen Mary Norton Rose Fulbright CCLS Scholarship in UK, 2019
Update: Neymar could be cleared of rape accusation within days over lack of more evidence from his accuser
Brazilian and Paris Saint-Germain football star, Neymar could be cleared of all the rape accusation levied against him within days over lack of more evidence from his accuser.
According to a report by Mail Online, the accuser, Brazilian model Najila Trindade Mendes de Souza has been informed by her lawyer that she faces seeing her case against the Paris Saint-Germain star collapse except there is more evidence.
She also faces losing the second lawyer to represent her after he said he could not carry on if his professional ‘trust’ in her was compromised.
Trindade’s attorney, Danileo Garcia de Andrade said he still believed Ms. Trindade had a case, but he would step aside if there was a lack of evidence.
Mr. Daileo said he had given her a deadline to produce the video and photographs she claimed to have had which would help prove her allegations of rape against the Brazilian superstar. But if the evidence was not forthcoming, he said, he would drop the case next week.
Trindade who appeared on Brazilian TV, news station SBT for the first time last week, said she was the victim of ‘aggression and rape’ by the Paris Saint-Germain player in a hotel room in the French capital on May 15.
She claimed the encounter started out consensual but quickly turned violent, leaving her with bruises and scrapes to her legs and buttocks, with Neymar refusing to stop.
She told police her tablet containing a seven-minute video, messages and photos she alleged incriminated the footballer, was stolen in a burglary at her apartment. But the authorities said they found no major signs of a break-in and only Ms. Trindade’s fingerprints and those of her maid and friends around the flat.
Mr de Andrade told Brazil’s UOL Esporte: ‘If the police investigation of the supposed break-in where she lives shows there was no break-in, I am leaving the case.’
‘The attorney-client relationship is based always on trust. If there is no trust, then there is no reason to stay on’
Neymar has strongly denied raping her but admitted that what happened between them was consensual.
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The Queen Mary University of London is one of the UK’s leading research-focused higher education institutions. It is ranked in the global top 50 in English, drama, and law and committed to improving social justice and achieving the previously unthinkable.
Why at Queen Mary University? The university provides candidates with the opportunity to study other subjects and learn new skills in addition to their core subject. Here candidates get experience with leading organizations in the commercial, charity and public sectors.
- University or Organization: Queen Mary University
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- Course Level: Masters degree program
- Award: Worth up to £15,100 for a Home/EU student or £22,150 for a non-Home/EU student
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Only one scholarship is available
- Nationality: UK/EU/international students
- The award can be taken in the UK
- Application Deadline: 2 July 2019
- Language: English and official at home
- Eligible Countries: UK/EU/international students are eligible to apply for the opportunity .
- Eligible Course or Subjects: The grant is awarded to pursue the LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law program.
- Eligibility Criteria: Applicant must meet the following eligibility criteria: Applicants must have to hold an offer for the LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law program (either conditional or unconditional, home/EU or overseas) for full-time study.
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- How to apply: Interested candidates can apply for the opportunity after taking full-time enrolment in LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Lawby 4 June 2019. Then applicants can apply for the opportunity through Norton Rose Fulbright applications 2019/20
- Supporting Documents: Applicants must have to submit a copy of CV, a 500-word max response to the following, a full transcript of grades.
- Admission Requirements: For admission, applicants must have their degree transcripts, referee details and a statement of purpose.
- Language Requirement: International applicants should provide evidence of English language ability: IELTS, TOEFL, or other acceptable proof.
- Benefits: The sponsorship will cover the tuition fee of the successful candidate worth up to the equivalent of £15,100 for a Home/EU student or £22,150 for a non-Home/EU student.