03 DECEMBER 2015
Natalie Kyneswood, who is studying an MSc in Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Bristol, has won this year’s ALAW student essay competition.
From left to right: Natalie Kyneswood, Grace Wright and Emily Au.
The contest saw law students from all over the world submit their answers to the question: “The Hunting Act 2004 has been a useless piece of legislation and therefore should be repealed.” Discuss.
The winning essay will be published in the ALAW journal.
Grace Wright, a BPTC student at BPP, took second place. The third runner up, Emily Au, is a third year Law student at the University of Exeter.
Congratulations to the winners and thank you to all that entered this year’s Student essay competition.