Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Law

Success for law students on graduation day

20 August 2014 |

Congratulations to a number of law students who were awarded prizes on graduation day in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements throughout the year.

The prizes and their recipients for the class of 2013/2014 are:


Rana Begum

Hughes essay Prize: For a student who submits the best dissertation in the final year of the LLB Law programme.


Olivia Bennyworth

Oxford University Press Law Prize in Family Law: For the student who achieves the best mark in Family Law.


Emily Gan

Head of School Prize: For the top performing student who joined the final year of the LLB Law programme from one of the School of Law’s partner universities.


Annmarie Forster

The Hughes Discretionary Award: For a student who has achieved an outstanding performance at level two or three but has not been awarded another prize.


Jasmin Kang

Margaret Simpson Harrison Prize for Jurisprudence: For a student on the LLB Law programme who achieves the best mark in Jurisprudence.


Naomi McDiarmid

Margaret Simpson Harrison Prize for Equity and Trusts: For a student on the LLB Law programme who achieves the best mark in Equity and Trusts.

Pamela Walsh Peaker Legal Advice Clinic Prize: For the most meritorious Clinic student team, as determined by the Clinic Director.


Dan Fielding

William James and Mary Spence Prize (£500): For the most promising final year student in the School of Law.


Stuart Bell

Head of School Prize: For the most meritorious student graduating from the LLM Law Senior Status.


Laura Haslam

Hughes Scholar: For an outstanding graduate.


Natasha Lake

Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Dissertation Prize: For a student in the final year of the BA Criminal Justice and Criminology who achieves the best mark in the dissertation module.


Georgia Rowland

Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Outstanding Scholarship Prize: For a student in the final year of the BA Criminal Justice and Criminology who achieves the highest average for the year.


Jamie Williams

Head of School Prize: For the most meritorious student graduating from the BA Criminal Justice and Criminology.


Laura Lipton

Margaret Simpson Harrison Prize for Land Law: For a student on the LLB Law programme who achieves the best mark in Land Law.

Hughes Prize: For the most successful Honours graduate.

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