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Graduation day: Celebrating student achievements

Press release issued: 15 February 2018

The University of Bristol Law School honoured the work of its outstanding students at last week’s graduation ceremony.

Every year the Law School recognises those students who went above and beyond during their time studying at the University.

Commenting on their awards, prize-winning students said:

"Graduation itself is immensely thrilling but the receipt of an award is like icing on the cake. This award represents the culmination of a year’s worth of gruelling effort and pure determination not just to succeed but to achieve the best results possible. It was truly an honour to receive such recognition." - Jonelle Humphrey

"Receiving this award makes all the blood, sweat, and tears worthwhile. Even though the Human Rights Law LLM was demanding, it was hands down the most fascinating and rewarding course that I have ever undertaken. Bristol University is such a unique place, with amazing facilities and academics, and I will no doubt remain a supportive alumnus for years to come." - Dominik Morton 

This year’s graduation prize winners were:

• Best Overall Performance in the LLM: Elizabeth Jones
• Best Overall Performance in the Taught Masters Dissertation: Elizabeth Jones
• Best Overall Performance in the Socio-Legal Studies MSc: Maria Wright
• Best Overall Performance in the Environment, Energy and Resilience MRes: Samuel Henry Carey Collier
• Best Performance in the Commercial Law LLM Pathway: Serah Ogunsanwo
• Best Performance in the General Legal Studies LLM Pathway: Elizabeth Jones
• Best Performance in the Human Rights Law LLM Pathway: Dominik Morton
• Best Performance in the International Commercial Law LLM Pathway: Anna Babule
• Best Performance in the International Law LLM Pathway: Rosie Beacock
• Best Performance in the International Law and International Relations LLM Pathway: Emily Littlehales
• Best Performance in the Labour Law and Corporate Governance LLM Pathway: Jonelle La Toya Humphrey
• Best Performance in the Public Law LLM Pathway: Serena Crawshay-Williams
• Best Performance in the LAWDM0069 Corporate Governance in the UK and US unit (prize sponsored by Jacqueline Bishop, previous student): Elliot Lauder and Eugen Roesle

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