We were very pleased to have our inaugural Blake Morgan Law Lecture at the College on the evening of March 7th.
Following a rigorous selection process, three candidates were chosen to present a 10 minute lecture on a piece of law that they felt was in need of reform. An excited audience of over 50 students and staff gathered to hear Jasmin Gussin, Alexandria Solomon and Jem Ganatra speak eloquently and passionately about their chosen area of law that, in their view, requires. They each had 10 minutes to present and all did so with confidence and a strong legal argument to their suggested reforms.
The judging panel, comprising Pauline Byrnand, Inspector Tanya Sprunks and Blake Morgan lawyer, Madeleine Mould adjourned to make their difficult decision. After much deliberation and whilst the guests enjoyed refreshments of tea and cakes, the winner was announced, Miss Jasmin Gussin. A worthy winner but a difficult decision as all finalists were very good indeed.
The trophy was presented by Blake Morgan Partner, Rajiv Joshi.
The College is most grateful to Blake Morgan for supporting this event and we look forward to it running again next year.
Andrew Parkin - Principal