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Malcolm Evans, OBE, awarded Honorary Fellowship by Bangor University, Wales

13 August 2012

Malcolm Evans, OBE, Professor of International Law at the University of Bristol and one of the UK’s leading human rights experts has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by Bangor University, Wales for his services to law.

Professor Malcolm Evans OBE
Malcolm Evans, OBE, Professor of International Law at the University of Bristol and one of the UK’s leading human rights experts has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by Bangor University, Wales for his services to law.

One of the UK’s most distinguished international lawyers, Professor Evans is a member of the Foreign Secretary’s Advisory Group on Human Rights and Chair of the UN sub-committee on the prevention of torture. In 2004 he received an OBE for services to the prevention of torture and the promotion of religious liberty.

Professor Evans said: “I am greatly honoured to be receiving this accolade and I am looking forward to deepening my relationship with the University.”

Dr David Roberts, University Registrar at Bangor added: "This University has a strong tradition of recognising the achievements of various men and women from different walks of life. This year is no exception, and we look forward to awarding Honorary Fellowships. Our Fellows will add great distinction to the ceremonies at which we also recognise the achievements of our students.”

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