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Hard work recognised at Graduation

Published: 7 August 2012

Law graduates, their families and teaching staff enjoyed the sunshine at this year’s graduation celebrations.

Graduation 2012 was the last ceremony during which Professor Natalie Lee was Head of School. She has now stepped down from the role after five years, and has been succeeded by Professor Hazel Biggs .

Among those graduating from the LLB courses this year were members from the first cohort of the Pathways to Law widening participation initiative. This programme is sponsored by the Sutton Trust and College of Law, and is delivered by a number of law schools including Southampton. Pathways to Law provides local years 12 and 13 students opportunities to find out more about studying law at a university like Southampton, as well as providing an insight into what it would be like to be part of the legal profession.

Accompanying the law students receiving their well-deserved awards was Dr Remigius Nwabueze who received a Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Prize. Remi was nominated by third year undergraduates from his popular optional module Law and the Human Body.

Kavi Purohit, LSE Pathways graduate
Hannah Butler
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