McLagan Prizes

McLagan Prizes

Two undergraduate prizes are awarded each year:

  • For the best overall performance in the Honours course Contemporary Issues in Medical Jurisprudence
  • For the best overall performance in the Honours course Fundamental Issues in Medical Jurisprudence
2018

Abigail Paul and Mallory Hornsby (Contemporary Issues)
Charise McIntosh (Fundamental Issues)

2017

Jamila Ruby Archibald and Claire Louise Innes (Contemporary Issues)
Kristen Lauren Eadie (Fundamental Issues)

2016

Alejandra Ruggeri, Calum McRobb, Gregor Hunter, Katie Newlands and Shannon Russell (Contemporary Issues)
Katherine Auld (Fundamental Issues)

2015
Claire Osborne (Contemporary/Fundemental issues)
2014
Mhairi Cruickshank (Contemporary Issues)
2014 Elizabeth Davis (Fundamental Issues)

 

Previously three prizes awarded to:

  1. The student with the best overall performance in the Honours course Medical Jurisprudence. 
  2. The student with the best performance in the Honours essay in Medical Jurisprudence.
  3. The best overall performance by an Online Learning student on the LLM in Medical Law and Ethics
2013

Dominic Aitken (Overall Performance)
Dominic Aitken (Essay)
Mark Davies (Online Learning)

2012

Oliver Blundell (Overall Performance)
Oliver Blundell (Essay)
Neil Shorney (Online Learning)

2011
Darren Lightfoot (Overall Performance)
Lisa Zhao (Essay)