Woodbridge pupil wins national essay writing competition
PUBLISHED: 08:31 18 June 2019 | UPDATED: 08:33 18 June 2019
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A sixth form pupil from Woodbridge School has been awarded the first prize in the esteemed Trinity Law Essay Competition
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Impressing judges with his development of argument, quality of expression and use of supporting facts beating 107 other entries nationwide, Christopher Long, aged 17, was awarded the Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law at a special ceremony at Trinity College in Cambridge in response to the question: 'What is wrong with bribery and how, if at all, should we deal with it?'
Shona Norman, Acting Head at Woodbridge School, said: "Congratulations to Christopher for achieving first prize in such a prestigious national competition, which attracts entrants from many of the country's top institutions. Christopher has demonstrated a fantastic ability to learn independently and to follow his own passion for law. As a school, we very much look forward to working alongside him to achieve further future endeavours."