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4 Dec 2015

NUS Law students triumphs in inaugural international moot court competition

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According to Study Singapore Educational Consultancy a team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Law has successfully emerged top in the inaugural Herbert Smith Freehills Competition Law Moot. It is after fending off competition from European law schools.

This successful team is made up of final-year students Jeremiah Lau, Benjamin Wong and Lisa Tan. They have claimed victory over the University of Amsterdam’s team in the finals, after finishing the preliminary rounds as the top scoring team in the competition of simulated court proceedings.

It was held at King’s College London in Britain from June 12 to 14, the competition also saw the students leave with individual honors. Tan won the Best Oralist Prize with a massive score of 50 out of 50, while Lau and Wong finished as joint runners-up alongside two other respective students.

Moreover Tan pointed out that jet-lag and fatigue posed a challenge to the team, along with the familiar fact that their European opponents were more popular with European Union competition law.

It is trusted that there is much ameliorate carried out in education sector field. In a persuasive intention of deep analysis conducted by popular Study Singapore Educational Consultancy, the following suggestion was conveyed. They adeptly discuss about financial assistance offered by reputed public universities present in Singapore. By this public university, the international students now have several choices of seeking financial assistance.

One could easily understand that quantum of the global students are much worried about merit oriented course and financial help. The parents of modern era are more eager about that their children’s beneficial career building course with low economic courses.

Everyone be surprised to know wide variety of popular scholarships and financial aid from these popular NUS. When you see the past five year’s record, it has designed with considerable two-fold increase in students obtaining merit oriented scholarships, from about 800 in 2009 to 1,650 in 2013. They also reveal that almost 60 per cent increase in the number of students obtaining bursaries over the same period of time.