The McKane medals are awarded under the will of John McKane, Professor of English Law in Queen's College Belfast from 1875 to 1885.
The medal in Law will be awarded to the candidate who obtains the highest overall average over the three years of the LLB Single Hons degree course. The medal in Economics will be awarded on the results of the final honours examination in Economics.
The medals are open only to registered students of the University in the Faculty of Arts, Humanties and Social Sciences and they will be awarded to the duly qualified candidate who obtains the highest overall average over the three years of their degree programme. The University may in any year withhold any medal.
School of Law
School of Law
Students shall not be eligible to complete if less than one or more than eight years have elapsed since the date of their admission as a registered student in the University.
The prize can only be awarded to one student and can be held in conjunction with other awards.
If two or more students obtain the same result, the School reserves the right to require that the relevant students submit an additional assessment for consideration.
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The prize will be awarded to the final year student with the highest overall average over three years of their LLB Single Honours degree programme.
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