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Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize 2018


The second Peter Cane Prize for Legal Reasoning by an Aspiring Lawyer (2018) was open to applications in February 2018. The prize was launched in 2017 and seeks to promote engagement with the ideas and reasoning behind law and legal studies, and particular to encourage those from all backgrounds and walks of life to apply to study law, especially at University. The prize is named after the distinguished lawyer, Professor Peter Cane, an internationally acclaimed scholar of legal theory, obligations and public law, and Corpus’ first dedicated law fellow.


The final shortlisted candidates each year are invited to attend an afternoon event at Corpus Christi; this year, shortlisted candidates attended the event on Tuesday, March 13th 2018. The shortlisted students, pictured below, enjoyed taking part in legal workshops with Dr Matt Dyson and Professor Peter Cane, and gained an insight into life as a law student from undergraduate student mentors. The day closed with a prize-giving ceremony and congratulations to all who reached the final stages of this highly competitive legal prize. 


Congratulations to all our Highly Commended Applicants, who were invited to attend the Peter Cane Prize Afternoon:


Laura Beaumont; Willem Barraclough; Joe Carlisle; Aisha Khan; Alex Lee; Grace Kirby; 


Yap Ming Yao; Athena Kam; Abby Pope; Shaurya Kothari; Ryan Au; Meltem Asenova


A particular congratulations to those students who submitted our top four entries and also attended the afternoon:


Honourable Mention: Sophie Ng and Alex Barnham


Runner-up of the Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize 2018: Edwin Chan


Winner of the Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Prize 2018: Maria Izmirlieva



      


Above: Peter Cane Legal Reasoning afternoon for 2018 shortlisted prize candidates (13th March 2018).



Above: Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Workshop for 2017 shortlisted prize candidates (June 2017).

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