Jack was presented the award by the firm’s leading partner, Mr Peter Rogan. The prize itself consisted of a cash sum of £500 and a coveted one-week internship in Ince’s flagship office in London. Having such close links with the firm over the past decade, Swansea’s Institute of 国际 Shipping & Trade Law (IISTL) would like to thank Ince for their continuing support and investment in our promising young lawyers. Jack was accompanied by Professor Williams and Dr Kurtz-Shefford, at the Ceremony.
Speaking after the event Dr Kurtz-Shefford, the Deputy Director of Shipping & Trade, said: “The prize is well deserved and we know he will do Swansea University proud at his internship with Ince. Who could ask for a better start in their career? As ever, we are proud to count such a prestigious and forward looking law firm as a supporter.”
- 周一2019年9月16日11.00 BST
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