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Ilas students top law studies
The Institute of Law and Academic Studies is celebrating its best results this year. So said vice principal and lecturer Reagan Rowans as he congratulated the University of London Law graduates.
The students received 18 individual first-class marks—five in Criminal Law; five in Jurisprudence and Legal Theory; three in Contract law; three in Public Law and one each in Tort and Civil and Criminal Procedures.
In Jurisprudence, the students scored 96 per cent; International Protection of Human Rights 96 per cent; Company Law 87 per cent; European Law 86 per cent; Evidence 86 per cent. Special awards were received by Kereese Khan who topped the world in Civil and Criminal Procedure. Other students receiving awards were Adeena Ali Bocas, Serene Muhammad, Kimya Valentine, Akansha Mohan, Aleeah Greenidge, Shenille Boban and Sara Khadan.
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