Published on 18/03/2015
Wynn Williams hosted three top students at the Canterbury Law School, along with their families and lecturers on 12 March 2015.  Wynn Williams has sponsored the Torts and RMA prizes for a number of years. This year's winners were:
  • Jordan Halligan – Torts
  • Anneke Williden – RMA
  • Cyrus Campbell – RMA

It was a fine evening and a good opportunity for the firm to show off the balcony at its new offices.  Dr Chris Gallivan remarked in his speech that the faculty would enjoy the chance to catch up more regularly with the firm, a slight deviation from his approach last year when the event was held at the firm's temporary offices at Homebase!  In all seriousness, it was fantastic to hear that LAWS101 enrolment numbers have improved, which is just reward for the dedication and passion shown by Chris, the lecturers, and staff at Canterbury Law School.

Jared Ormsby, executive chair of Wynn Williams, welcomed the prize winners, their families, and the faculty.  There was some discussion regarding whether torts was really just 'making up policy arguments', but Jordan's analytical skills were ultimately congratulated equally as highly as his creativity.  Anneke and Cyrus both expressed their love for the RMA (reports have been received that David Round was heard choking on his wine around this point) and both thanked Professor Toomey for her excellent teaching.

Wynn Williams was very pleased to host a most enjoyable function and congratulates Jordan, Anneke and Cyrus on their wonderful achievement.

Jordan Halligan Anneke Williden Cyrus Campbell
Jordan Halligan - Torts Anneke Williden - RM Cyrus Campbell - RM





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