Phoebe Whitlock wins First Prize in Bar Council Law Reform essay competition
Phoebe Whitlock, a 2016 graduate of the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) course in The City Law School, has won First prize in the GDL category of the Bar Council's Law Reform Essay Competition.
She submitted the essay, Rivalling Silicon Valley: The case for the reform of Software Patents.
Prince of Wales scholar
Phoebe studied for the GDL qualification following the successful completion of her undergraduate degree in Politics.
This year she is studying on the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) as a Prince of Wales scholar and an Advocacy scholar. She is also editor of the Gray's Inn Student Law Journal and Student Director of Streetlaw Enterprise.