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The Paul Tweed Media Prize

Deadline: Not specified
Level of Study
Postgraduate Taught
Funding Amount
£1000
Application Status
Open

Eligibility summary

  • NationalityAll
  • Level of StudyPostgraduate Taught

Overview

The prize was set up in 2011 by Mr. Paul Tweed.

Paul Tweed graduated from Queen's University in 1977 with a degree in Law and has been a partner with Johnsons since 1983.  He heads up the media and dispute resolution departments and practices in the jurisdictions of Northern Ireland, England and Wales and the Republic of Ireland.  He is also registered as a Foreign Legal Consultant by the State Bar of California.  He is acknowledged as one of the leading Media lawyers in the UK and Ireland, acting for high profile International Claimant and Defendant clients.  Paul also has extensive experience in Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Law, acting for clients in the film, music and sports industries, in both transactional and non-transactional matters.

 

 

 

Further Information

Funding Body

School of Law

Funding Amount

£1000

Number of Awards

One

Funding Body

School of Law

Terms and Conditions

In the event of a tie, the award may be split between two or more candidates.

Eligibility

Awarded to the student achieving the highest mark in the 'Copyright in the Digital Environment' module or, where appropriate, to the student with the top mark in their PG dissertation in the area of privacy, press and new technology.

In any year the module is not offered, the award will go to the student with the top mark in their PG dissertation in the area of privacy, press and new technology.

Funding Type

Help with current course

Fee Status

Any

Nationality

All

Study Level

Postgraduate Taught

Start Date

Fri, 24 Apr 2020 11:00:33 BST

Contact Us

law.office@qub.ac.uk

Tel: (028) 9097 3597

How to Apply

Awarded to the student achieving the highest mark in the 'Copyright in the Digital Environment' module or, where appropriate, to the student with the top mark in their PG dissertation in the area of privacy, press and new technology.