Celebrating City Law School excellence
On 22nd November, current students and recent graduates were awarded prizes for outstanding achievement at The City Law School's (CLS) Prize-Giving reception taking place in B200, University Building.
CLS Dean, Professor Carl Stychin and Professor Peter Hungerford-Welch, were on hand to present prizes and congratulate the awardees on their accomplishments.
79 prizes were awarded to winners both studying on, or who have graduated from, the LLB and Graduate Entry LLB (GELLB) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) courses. There were also 85 prize-winners on the School’s professional and postgraduate programmes, including those who studied for the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC); the Legal Practice Course (LPC); and LLM programmes.
Commenting on the high level of achievement, Professor Stychin said:
I look forward to The City Law School’s annual Prize-Giving ceremony each year. It is a unique opportunity to pay tribute to the success of our students, to renew acquaintances, and to express our appreciation to the sponsors of our many awards and prizes. This year was also a particularly poignant event as we awarded the first annual Riccardo Montana Memorial Prize in Criminal Justice, named in honour of our late, beloved colleague.
(All photos courtesy Michael John White)