LLB Law 2016
What did you enjoy about your degree programme?
There are two things I enjoyed most about my degree programme. Firstly, it is that the lecturers managed to find a perfect balance between the theoretical and practical aspects of the law. I believe that possessing knowledge from both aspects will serve as a solid foundation for me as a practitioner in future.
Secondly, the friendly and dedicated teaching and administrative staff who are always ready to help with any queries or problems.
Tell us about the award you have received. What does this award mean to you?
The prize that I have received is The Hart Publishing Prize 2015/2016 and is awarded to an undergraduate who has the best overall performance in the Law of Trusts. It is definitely an honour for me to be the recipient of such a prestigious award and a fitting end to my time at Exeter University. Most importantly, I feel that this award is a testament to my unwavering dedication to the study of law and my passion for it.
What has been the highlight of your time at Exeter?
The highlight of my time at Exeter has to be when I reached the finals of the UK Law Students' Association Intervarsity Moot. It was definitely an enriching experience and something I look back upon fondly. Not to forget, the advocacy skills that I have picked up are invaluable and will be extremely useful as I proceed into practice.
What will you miss the most about University?
The many open spaces to study, the architecture and the fact that all the much needed amenities are only a stone's throw away.
What advice would you give to current and future students?
In my opinion, the opportunities and tools for achieving success at the University of Exeter are readily available, all that is needed is for one to harness them properly and success will be yours to hold.
What are your plans now that you have graduated?
Being from Singapore, my plans for the future are to return home to practice law.