The SCL Sir Henry Brooke Student Essay Prize 2019 - Winner Annouced!

The Winner of the SCL Student Essay Prize 2019 has been announced!

The SCL Student Essay Prize honours the memory of Sir Henry Brooke CMG, a former President of SCL and his immense contribution to the field of computers and the law.

The designated essay question this year was 2000-2,500 words on the prompt “Do social network providers require (further?) regulation?”

SCL offered some very compelling prizes including:

  • A free place at the SCL Annual Conference 2019 in London (SCL will provide a maximum £250 contribution to the cost of travel and accommodation)
  • Publication in the SCL's Computers and Law Magazine and on our website
  • £250 cash

The Winner for this year is Robert Lewis, from the University of Law

Second Runner Up went to Jordan Briggs, from Oxford University and Third Runner Up was John-Paul Tettmar Saleh of QMUL.

Massive congratulations are in order to all our entrants, as the standard was incredibly high.
To find out more about how students can get involved with SCL why not check out our page for SCL University Ambassadors

We also have a Special Deal for Trainees: Free SCL membership until qualification

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