First Recipient of the Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship Awarded LLM with Distinction

Congratulations to Baboki Dambe, the first recipient of the Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship, who will graduate with the degree of LLM with Distinction at the awards ceremony in November.

Congratulations to Baboki Dambe, the first recipient of the Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship, who will graduate with the degree of LLM with Distinction at the awards ceremony in November.

Dambe, originally from Botswana, joined the Law School in September 2009 to study on the LLM in International Law.  Each year the school awards one Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship covering full tuition fees as well as providing a partial maintenance grant.  Each year the scholarship selection board give preference to candidates from specific African countries.

The Africa LLM/MSc Tercentenary Scholarship was made possible by the many generous donations of friends and former pupils of the Law School.  Its creation formed part of the tercentenary celebrations in 2007, marking the 300th anniversary of the school's first Chair in Law, the Regius Chair of Public Law and the Law of Nature and Nations.  The Chair is currently held by Professor Neil Walker.

Congratulations once again to Dambe on a really wonderful achievement.  The School wishes you the very best of luck with your future career.