Law School Prizewinners 2019/20

2020-08-05T14:33:08+00:00August 5th, 2020|Competition, News|

We’re delighted to announce our 2019-2020 Law School prizewinners. Congratulations to all the winners for inspiring many students next year to follow in their path. Many of the prizes below will be offered next year.

  • Tiffanie Stephens, 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.
  • Georgia Cinnamond, awarded the Slaughter and May Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Equity and Trusts. The prize consists of £100 and a call with the recruitment team at Slaughter and May in London.
  • Katherine Ellis and Imogen Sherriff, jointly awarded the Slaughter and May Prize for the Best Performers in Remedies in Private Law. The prize consists of £100 split equally and a call with the recruitment team at Slaughter and May in London.
  • Ellie Cole, awarded the Pearson Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Criminal Law and Justice. The prize consists of an £80 book voucher.
  • Megan Greaves, awarded the Falcon Chambers Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Land Law. The prize consists of £25
  • Zoe Albon, awarded the Hogan Lovells Prize for the Best Performer in Sale of Goods. The prize consists of £250.
  • Georgia Speight, awarded the Macfarlanes Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Contracts. The prize consists of £150 and an invitation to complete an assessment day for a vacation scheme at Macfarlanes in London. Jointly tied in second place are Daniel Clarke, Katharine Cramond-Wong, David Forte, Eleanor Franklans and Daniel Grondin, who will each receive a call with the recruitment team at Macfarlanes, and a £50 book token from the School of Law.
  • John Hesketh, winner of the award as the law student who has shown outstanding commitment to litigants in person as determined by Support Through Court.
  • Sarah Straetz, awarded the Cleary Gottlieb Prize for the Best Performer in International Commercial Arbitration. The prize consists of £250.
  • Grace Cross-Jiang, awarded the Sullivan & Cromwell Prize for the Best Performer in Public Law in the UK and the EU. The prize consists of £250.
  • Callum Shepherd, awarded the Thompsons Solicitors Prize for the Best Performer in Advanced Torts. The prize consists of £150 and one week of work experience.
  • Abigail Clarke, awarded the Stowe Family Law Prize for the Best Performer in Family Law. The prize consists of one week of work experience.
  • Sebastian Kaczmarczyk, awarded the School of Law Award for the Best Performer in Law of Public Companies. The prize consists of £100.
  • Jenny Orrell, awarded the School of Law Award for the Best Performer in Advanced EU Law. The prize consists of £100.
  • Olivia Cook, Isabel Hilton and Thomas Inns, jointly awarded the School of Law Award for the Best Performers in Property Law. The prize consists of a £50 book token each.
  • April Parker, awarded the School of Law Award for the Best Performer in Private Law Aspects of Company Law. The prize consists of a £50 book token.

Many thanks to all our law firm sponsors. The following Faculty of Social Sciences Prizes have also been awarded as follows:

  • Faye Berry, awarded the Centre for Criminological Research Prize for the best overall final degree result in the LLB in Law and Criminology. The prize consists of £100.
  • Katie Key, awarded the Thomson Reuters Law Prize for one of the best overall final degree results in LLB Law. The prize consists of £150 of book tokens.
  • Megan Greaves, awarded the David Hoath Memorial Prize for the best overall performance in a Property Law subject. The prize consists of £50.
  • Lara Ibrahim, awarded the Vaughan Bevan Memorial Prize for one of the best overall final degree results in LLB Law. The prize consists of £50.
  • Koku Klutse and Davina Satvinder, jointly awarded the Tony Lewis Prize for the most impressive improvement from Level 2 to Level 3. The prize consists of £400 split equally (or amount linked to endowment).
  • Bethany Burgess, awarded the John Grosse Prize in the Common Law of England for the best overall performance in common law subjects during the final year. The prize consists of £100.
  • Sam Cutler awarded the Derek Morgan Memorial Prize for the highest mark on the Pro Bono Module. The prize consists of £37.50.
  • Matthew Myles, awarded the Edris Hopkins Memorial Prize for final year undergraduate School of Law students who have been WP Student Ambassadors. The prize consists of £250.
  • Josie Canham-Williams awarded the Graham Battersby Prize for Mooting. The prize consists of £50.
  • Natalia Miernik, awarded the Maxwell Kohler Memorial Prize for the best overall academic performance at Level 2. The prize consists of £75.
  • Matthew Webster, awarded the Oxford University Press Law Prize for the best Level 1 LLB performance. The prize consists of £150 book tokens.
  • Tiffanie Stephens, awarded the Simon Ball Memorial Prize for the best performance on the Law of Obligations module. The prize consists of £50.
  • Regan Williams, awarded the Eve Cohen Evidence Prize for academic performance in Criminal Evidence. The prize consists of £100.