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Celebrating academic success

On 22nd November, current students and recent graduates were awarded prizes for outstanding achievement at The City Law School's Prize-Giving ceremony in the Great Hall.
by John Stevenson

A law school prize winner with Carl StychinThe City Law School (CLS) within City, University of London, celebrated the outstanding achievement of its past and current students with a prize-giving ceremony on 22nd November.

The event took place in the Great Hall.

CLS Dean, Professor Carl Stychin and Professor Peter Hungerford-Welch, were on hand to present prizes and congratulate the awardees on their accomplishments.

A law school prize winner with Carl Stychin73 prizes were awarded to winners both studying on, or who have graduated from, the LLB and Graduate Entry LLB (GELLB) degree courses. There were also 58 prize-winners on the School’s professional and postgraduate programmes, including those who studied for the Bar Professional Training Certificate (BPTC); the Legal Practice Course (LPC); and LLM programmes. 

Commenting on the high level of achievement, Professor Stychin said: “As Dean of the City Law School the annual Prize-Giving ceremony is a very important date in the School year. While we are proud of the accomplishments of all of our students it is an opportunity for us to give special recognition to those who have performed with distinction on our wide and varied course offerings."

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Two law school prize winners

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