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Third-Year Undergraduate Prizes

THE THOMAS REUTERS PRIZE, consisting of books published by Sweet and Maxwell to the value of £150, will be presented to the student with the best final year performance. This prize may be awarded to one student or split between two.

THE LAW AND GENDER PRIZE SUPPORTED BY LADY HALE to the value of £100 will be awarded annually to the best undergraduate performance on a dissertation within the field of law and gender. This prize will be administered by GLAD, in collaboration with Lady Hale.

HEFIN REES KC PRIZE FOR MEDIA LAW is awarded each year to the top three undergraduate students in the module of Media Law - £300 for first, £200 for second and £100 for third place. In addition to the financial prize, the winners will all be invited to meet Hefin at an agreed location, at a mutually convenient time.

THE ASSOCIATION OF PENSION LAWYERS PRIZE IN PENSIONS LAW is an annual prize established by a generous gift from The Association of Pension Lawyers. Each year, £500 will be provided to award the student achieving the highest mark in the summative essay in the undergraduate module of Pensions Law

THE LEO BLAIR PRIZE is awarded to students in interscholastic Mooting. The prize celebrates the memory of a highly popular former lecturer in Criminal Law who inspired successive generations of our students to join the Bar. The Prize (£500) is entirely funded by our alumni, his students.

THE HART PUBLISHING PRIZE is awarded annually to the top LLB Dissertation Student in Comparative or International Criminal Law and is a Book prize to the value of £150.

THE SLAUGHTER AND MAY PRIZE FOR PENSIONS LAW is an annual prize established by a generous gift from Slaughter and May. £500 will be provided to award the student who meets the criteria for the prize (set out below) in relation to his or her summative essay in Pensions Law.

The criteria for award of the prize are as follows:

  • the student’s summative essay must be awarded a mark of at least 70%, and
  • the student must have shown the greatest improvement (of the students on the module whose summative essays are marked as 70% or higher) over the student’s mark on his or her formative essay for the Pensions Law module.