This year’s question concerned employment law and challenged students to think about how the law should be framed so as to ensure that persons with disabilities receive equal remuneration for work of equal value.
Students and attendees were given the opportunity to question a panel consisting of Lord Justice Bean, Professor Alan Bogg of Oxford University, Aysha Ahmad of Chambers and Hannah Ross, a student at the University on the issues arising from the essay question.
The essays were judged by Aysha Ahmad of Chambers and Professor Bogg of Oxford University. Lord Justice Bean expressed himself to be ‘lost in admiration’ at the quality of the entries. We are pleased to say that this year’s event was as successful as the last.
The winning essay was written by Anna Lukina and can be found at the link below.
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