- Level of StudyUndergraduate
The JMK Solicitors Prize was established to recognise and reward Law students from Widening Participation backgrounds who achieve success in their studies. The Prize of £3,000 will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in the Torts Module (in Level 2) and has enrolled at Queen’s following the successful completion of the Senior Academy or Pathway Opportunity Programme.
The JMK Solicitors Prize will be awarded to the Law student who achieves the highest mark in the Torts module (in Level 2) and who is from a Widening Participation background.
To be eligible for this award students must:
- have enrolled in Law at Queen's having participated in the Senior Academy or Pathway Opportunity Programme and;
- have achieved a score of at least 60 in the Torts module at Level 2.
School of Law
£3,000 per annum for three years from 2020
Number of Awards
In the event of a tie of up to three students with the same highest mark, the award will be split between the students with each student receiving £1000. In the event of a tie whereby more than three students have a joint highest mark, the student with the highest overall mark in Level 2 will be awarded the prize.
School of Law
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Terms and Conditions
The recipient will be required to write a short letter of acknowledgement to the donor which should be submitted to the School no later than four months after the award is made.
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How to Apply
The Outreach and Learning Development Manager (or a nominated colleague) from the Widening Participation Unit will send the details of all eligible students to a nominated member of staff from the School of Law.
A member of staff from the School of Law will then determine which of the eligible students achieved the highest mark in the Torts module.