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Crown Prosecution Service Award Prize Giving 2017


On Wednesday 29 November 2017, Gerry Wareham, Chief Crown Prosecutor for Yorkshire and Humberside, and Sabreena Mohammed, Senior Crown Prosecutor, visited the School of Law to deliver their annual lecture on the work of the CPS, and present the University of Bradford CPS award to the student achieving the best grade in the Criminal Law module 2016-17.

Last year’s winner, Nahiyan Helal, won a prize of one week’s work experience with the CPS and was presented with a certificate by Mr Wareham.

This is an extremely prestigious prize awarded on a competitive basis each year. Nahiyan is in the third year of an LLB, and the work experience at the CPS will be valuable experience which will assist Nahiyan on his path to becoming a qualified lawyer.

Helen Trouille, Senior Lecturer in Law commented ‘The Law School is delighted that the CPS visits each year to share with students what it is like to work as a prosecutor. Work experience is hard to come by and very competitive, and we really appreciate the continued support offered to our students by the CPS in this respect.’

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