Announcing sponsored prize winners 2018!

TrophyWe're delighted to announce our 2017-2018 sponsored prizes ‘roll of honour’!

Each year the School celebrates and rewards academic excellence and achievement. Thanks to the generosity of publishers, local companies, and national and international law firms, the School is able to award a number of students with sponsored prizes. 

Congratulations to all of this year's winners for inspiring many students next year to follow in their path. Many of the prizes below will be offered next year, along with new prizes. The School of Law kindly thanks each company for their continued support, which enables us to recognise our high achieving students every year.

Congratulations to:

Elliott Holmes (LLB Law European and International), awarded the Herbert Smith Freehills Prize for the Best Performer in Law of Public Companies. The Prize consists of £100 and a day office visit at Herbert Smith Freehills in London.

Emily Prince (LLB Law with German Law), awarded the Herbert Smith Freehills Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced EU Law. The prize consists of £100 and a day office visit at Herbert Smith Freehills in London.

Katie Key (LLB Law), awarded the Allen & Overy Prize for the Best Performer in Law of Obligations. The prize consists of £150 and an open day invitation at Allen & Overy in London. Katie has also been awarded the Slaughter and May Prize for the Best Performer in Remedies in Private Law. The prize consists of £100 and a day office visit at Slaughter and May in London.

Jack Taylor, (LLB Law) awarded the Slaughter and May Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Equity and Trusts. The prize consists of £100 and a day office visit at Slaughter and May in London. 

Fatema Alzari (LLB Law), awarded the Kirkland & Ellis Prize for the Best Performer in Property Law. The prize consists of £100 and a day office visit at Kirkland & Ellis in London.

Agatha Hunt (LLB Law with a Year Abroad), awarded the Kirkland & Ellis Prize for the Best Performer in Private Aspects of Company Law. The prize consists of £100 and a day office visit at Kirkland & Ellis in London. Agatha has also been awarded the Falcon Chambers Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Land Law. The prize consists of £200.

Hannah Owens (LLB Law and Criminology) and Katrina Pinfold (LLB Law), awarded in equal shares the Pearson Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Criminal Law and Justice. The prize consists of a £40 book voucher.

Shamir Lim (LLB Law), awarded the Clifford Chance Prize for the Best Performer in Banking and Financial Services Regulation. The prize consists of £250.

Megan Alice Watson (MA Law), awarded the Plusnet Prize for the Best Performer in Employment Law. The prize consists of £200.

Benjamin Law (LLB Law with a Year Abroad), awarded the Hogan Lovells Prize for the Best Performer in Sale of Goods. The prize consists of £250 and a lunch invitation at Hogan Lovells in London.

Hannah Owens (LLB Law and Criminology), awarded the Macfarlanes Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Contracts. The prize consists of £150 and an invitation to complete an assessment day at Macfarlanes in London.