Gray's Inn

The following awards for 1991-92 have been announced by Gray's Inn:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. Arden Scholarship: Andrew Wales (Dulwich College and Trinity College, Cambridge); Atkin Scholarship: Robert Stevens (Bramhall Comprehensive School and Hertford College, Oxford); Mould Scholarship: David Sherbourne (University College School, Hampstead, and New College, Oxford); Reid Scholarship: Stephen Braviner (Park Lane College, Leeds, and Bradford and Ilkley College of Further Education); Special Commendation and Prize: Andrew Rigney (Hulme Grammar School, Oldham, and Christ's College, Cambridge).

SENIOR AWARDS. Malcolm Hilbery Award: Catherine Rowlands (Stocksbridge School, Sheffield, and King's College, London); Lionel Blundell Awards: Richard Davis (Haberdashers' Aske's School, Elstree, and Robinson College, Cambridge); William McNair Award: Philomena Murphy (Ursuline Convent High School, Wimbledon, and Oxford Polytechnic); John GC Phillips Award: Allan Tatham (Hutton Grammar School, Preston, and Durham University); Sir Roy Wilson Award: Lucy Higginson (Howell's School, Cardiff, and Cardiff University); Sir Raymond Phillips Award: Howard Jones (Therfield School, Leatherhead, and Emmanuel College, Cambridge); Dingle Foot Award: Helen McIvor (Loreta Convent Grammar, Altrincham, and Leicester University); Rodney Bax Award: Matthew McNiff (Sion School and College, West Sussex, and Kingston Polytechnic); Weinstock Award: Rebecca James (Christ's Hospital Girls School and Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, London); Ede & Ravenscroft Prize: Arthur Moore (Lord William's Comprehensive, Thame and Balliol College, Oxford); Additional Wig and Gown Prize: John Williams (Rhyd Felen Comprehensive School and Aberystwyth University); Macaskie Awards (for Bar Finals): William Audland (Winchester College and Queen's College, Oxford); Andrew Wales (Dulwich College and Trinity College, Cambridge); Lady Shaw Prize (for Bar Finals): Natasha Joffe (City of London School for Girls and New College, Oxford); Churchill Award: Paul Harris (Parrs Wood Comprehensive and Trinity Hall, Cambridge); Graham Challis European Award: Penelope Evans (Godolphin and Latymer School and Durham University.)

PRINCE OF WALES AWARDS: John Burke (Newpark Comprehensive, Dublin, and Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge); Susan Chan (Kingsbury High School and North London Collegiate School and Magdalen College, Oxford); Emma Dixon (St Paul's Girls School, London, and Trinity College, Cambridge); Philip Edey (Eton and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford); Benjamin Elkington (Winchester College and Trinity College, Cambridge); Alec Haydon (Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School, Rochester and St John's College, Cambridge); Paul Harris (Parrs Wood Comprehensive and Trinity Hall, Cambridge); Alan Johns (Helston School, Cornwall, and Magdalen College, Oxford); Patrick O'Callaghan (St Clare's Comprehensive, Manorhamilton, and Trinity College, Dublin); Laurence St Ville (Hampton School, Middlesex, and St John's College, Cambridge); Bruce Walker (Manchester Grammar School and Sheffield University); Timothy Ward (Cheadle Hulme School, Cheshire and University College London).

JUNIOR AWARDS. Birkenhead Award: Sean Brannigan (St Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh, and Hertford College, Oxford); Bacon Award: Jacques Callaghan (Emanuel School, London, and Peterhouse, Cambridge); Holker Awards: Jeremy Gordon (University College School, London, and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge); Matthew Hardwick (Marlborough College and Trinity College, Cambridge); Victoria Hufford (Northampton High School and Trinity Hall, Cambridge); Abdul Iqbal (Moorend High School, Huddersfield, and Bradford University); Shanda McAteer (Archbishop Beck, Liverpool, and St Hilda's College, Oxford); Christina Russell (Portsmouth Grammar School and Trinity College, Cambridge); Jagjit Singh (Chatham Grammar School and Trinity Hall, Cambridge); John Vater (Birkenhead School, Liverpool and St Peter's College, Oxford); Cynthia Terry Award: Victoria Green (Dauntsey's School, Devizes, and Warwick University); Holt Award: Andrew Latimer (St Mary's RC Comprehensive, Newcastle, and Hertford College, Oxford); Uthwatt Award: Jonathan Jones (Bedford School and St Andrews University); Gerald Moody Award: David Forsdick (Heathside Comprehensive and Strodes College and Warwick University); Steen Award: Emily Windsor (Malvern Girl's College and King's High School for Girls, Warwick, and Worcester College, Oxford); William Shaw Award: Alasdair Macdonald (Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow and Royal Grammar School, Guildford, and Trinity Hall, Cambridge); Albion Richardson Award: Elizabeth Stanton (King's High School for Girls, Warwick, and Durham University); Goldie Award: Sarah Lambert (Brighton and Hove High School GPDST and Magdalen College, Oxford). Wilfred Getz Award: Caroline Rees (Stradey Comprehensive, Llanelli, and Birmingham University); Wilfred Watson Awards: Peter Linstead (Birkdale School and King Edward VII School, Sheffield, and Hertford College, Oxford); Julian Taylor (Malvern College and Christ Church, Oxford). Additional Junior Awards: Desmond Duffy (St Columb's College, Londonderry, and St John's College, Oxford); Josephine Emmott (St Joseph's College, Bradford, and University College, London); Catherine Ewins (Ludlow School and Ludlow College and King's College, Cambridge); Sarah Ferrari (Bournemouth School for Girls and Staffordshire Polytechnic); Darren Finlay (Oxford School and Keele University); Penrose Foss (St Mary's School, Calne, and Somerville College, Oxford); David Gentleman (The King's Hospital Grammar School and Newman's College, Dublin, and Keele University); Charlotte Goldberg (Withington Girls School and Pembroke College, Oxford); Katherine Howells (Sandhurst Comprehensive and Magdalen College, Oxford); Jonathan Kinnear (Methodist College, Dublin and Newcastle University); Duncan Kynoch (Seaford College, Petworth, and Bristol University); Daniel Leafe (Latymer Upper School, Hammersmith, and Bristol University); Rosein Magee (Mountbatten School, Romsey and Keele University); Elizabeth Melville (King's High School for Girls, Warwick, and St Hugh's College, Oxford); Catherine Peck (Seevic, Benfleet, and Birmingham University); Tariq Sadiq (Manvers Pierpont Comprehensive and Kent University); Julie Smart (Daventry School and University College London); Paul Stagg (The King's School, Grantham, and Warwick University); Zillah Watson (Royal Latin School, Buckingham and Nottingham High School GPDST and University College, Oxford); Andrew Williams (The Liverpool Blue Coat School and Birmingham University); Walter Womersley (Oundle and Warwick University). Admission Fees: Vanessa Marshall (St Mary's Convent, Weybridge, and University College, London); Kerry Maylin (Ashley Cross Girls' School and Talbot Heath School and South Bank Polytechnic).

KARMEL AWARDS: Charles Barr (St John's College, Cambridge); Jason Beal (Exeter College, Oxford); Simon Beckwith (SOAS); Claire Blanchard (Liverpool Polytechnic); Jason Cox (Nottingham University); Sandhya Drew (Exeter College, Oxford); Katharine Gollop (St John's College, Oxford); Jonathan Green (Liverpool University); Raza Husain (Exeter College, Oxford); Gillian Palmer (Birkbeck College, London); Mary Ruck (Cardiff and King's College, London); Matthew Ryder (Emmanuel College, Cambridge); Jonathan Sandiford (Newcastle University); Portia Spears (Magdalen College, Oxford); Adrian Speck (King's College, Cambridge); Michele Stickells (Southampton University); Clive Weston (Pembroke College, Cambridge); Simon Wilton (Sussex University); Richard Wormald (York University); Brynn Younger (Durham University).

LEE ESSAY PRIZES. Joint First Prize: Allan Tatham (Durham University); Rohan Auld (Clare College, Cambridge). Joint Second Prize: Catriona Munro (Queen Mary & Westfield College, London); Andrew Rigney (Christ's College, Cambridge).

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