The Award, the first of its kind for LPC students, will be made to the most successful Property Law & Practice student in the 2019-2020 academic year.
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Wedlake Bell LLP has partnered with City, University of London’s City Law School to offer the 2020 Wedlake Bell LLP Property Law & Practice Award to students on the 2019-2020 Legal Practice Course (LPC) who sit and pass the Property Law & Practice module in February 2020.
The Award, the first of its kind for LPC students, will be made to the student attaining a grade within the top 5 percent of all students taking the module.
It comes in the form of a £300 cash prize combined with a one-week internship at Wedlake Bell LLP.
Valuable and unique
Director of Legal Practice at the City Law School, James Catchpole, is delighted with this partnership:
“The City Law School is pleased to be collaborating with Wedlake Bell LLP. We are grateful that this leading law firm is offering a valuable and unique prize to our students for outstanding achievement, together with an internship opportunity”.
City Law School alumnus, Jonathan Achampong, Partner and Property Law Specialist at Wedlake Bell LLP, said:
Our outreach programmes enable us to identify and work with talented individuals. Therefore, we are delighted to be partnering with The City Law School on this initiative and look forward to hosting the winning student this Summer.
Wedlake Bell LLP is a medium-sized law firm based in the City of London.
The firm prides itself on being large enough to advise on the most complex matters but small enough to ensure that its people and work remain exceptional and dynamic.
With 70 partners supported by over 170 lawyers and support staff, Wedlake Bell LLP operates on a four practice group model (private client, business services, real estate and dispute resolution) and specialises in over 25 areas of law.