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No. 1 High Pavement Advocacy Competition

9
Jun

Congratulations to all those students from the NTU Bar Training Course who the made final of the No. 1 High Pavement Advocacy Competition.

We are delighted to announce that this year's competition was won by Aman Hayre. James Ball, Meriel Scott and Holly Sims were the runners up and we look forward to inviting them all to Chambers for mini-pupillages.

We are pleased to continue our longstanding commitment to NTU Law School by sponsoring and supporting this competition. We wish all those who have been involved all the best of luck with their exams and careers.

May we also thank HHJ Smith QC for agreeing to judge the competition. His ongoing support and considered feedback for the finalists is greatly appreciated.

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