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10 July 2019

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Law finalist Antonia Kendrick wins prize for student journal publication

Finalist Antonia Kendrick (Law with German Law, 2015) has won a prize for the Best Private Law Submission to the Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal (OUULJ).

The article is entitled ‘Actavis v Eli Lilly: Patent Medicine, Risk of Side Effects.’

Many congratulations to Antonia, for both the publication and the prize.

The 8th Edition of the OUULJ can be read here.

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