Beats an Amazon voucher
In a far cry from the same old Amazon reward voucher or week’s value of labor expertise, a Bradford College law student has walked (or ought to we are saying pushed?) away with a car after securing victory in a mock trial competitors.
Last-year undergrad Shaikhul Amin bagged himself a black Sensible car after presenting the strongest argument in a fictional state of affairs involving an on-pitch assault throughout a soccer match.
The winner of the uni’s live-streamed problem was determined via a mixture of votes from an skilled panel and members of the general public.
Commenting on the victory which noticed him beat a number of different finalists, the law student mentioned: “I want to say a big thank you to Proctor & Hobbs and the School of Law. I did not expect to win, but I tried my best, so I’m very grateful to everyone who voted for me.”
Amin, who harbours ambitions of at some point changing into a decide, continued: “I haven’t driven the car yet as I’m not insured on it but I’m very much looking forward to doing so.”
The spectacular prize seems to have been made potential because of the generosity of Bradford law agency and competitors sponsor Proctor & Hobbs. Amin was handed the keys to his new wheels on the agency’s head workplace earlier this week.
Aneesa Ehsan, Proctor & Hobbs associate and Bradford Uni alumnus, mentioned: “We are pleased that the first of a series of collaborations with the University has been successful. We had a difficult decision to make as the calibre of the students applying was very high.”
The competitors’s 4 runners-up obtained a £250 Amazon reward voucher and sweets.