Durham Law School selects several students each year to receive prizes for outstanding achievements on the LLM programme.
International Trade and Commercial Law Prize (£500)
European Trade and Commercial Law Prize (£500)
Corporate Law Prize (£500)
International Law and Governance Prize (£500)
General LLM Prize (£500)
Dissertation Prize (£500).
The LLM prizes support and celebrate academic excellence by recognising the students who obtain the best overall marks on each of the LLM streams and the student who achieves the best overall mark for the LLM dissertation.
To qualify for the International Trade and Commercial Law Prize, the European Trade and Commercial Law Prize, the Corporate Law Prize, the International Law and Governance Prize or the General LLM Prize, the student must achieve the best overall mark on the relevant LLM stream, including marks for taught modules and the LLM dissertation, and graduate with a distinction.
The prizes will be allocated after the final meeting of the LLM Board of Examiners in October.