Category Archives: competitions

Essay Competition

The Society of International Economic Law and Cambridge University Press have announced a competition for the best essay submitted on any topic in any field of international economic law. The competition is open to current students and those who have graduated within the last five years. The prize consists of £200, as well as £300 of Cambridge University… Read More »

Law Reform Committee Essay Competition 2009

The General Council of the Bar has just advertised this competition which is open to:  Pupil barristers,  BVC students,  CPE students (including any Graduate Diploma in law course, recognised as a CPE Course), and Undergraduate law degree students Entrants are invited to submit an essay of not more than 3,000 words that identifies and makes the case… Read More »

Europe Day Quiz results

First prize, and many congratulations, go to Andrew Lodder, for a completely accurate set of answers. Prizes (Europe Direct memory sticks) also go to: Edward Hewitt, Jennifer Barker, Peter Roberts (a physicist!) Khalida Azhigulove, Ryan Magee, Peter Carver (Academic Visitor to the Faculty) and Maris Kopcke Tinture Several of the “runners up” turned in correct… Read More »