The Judging Panel of the SCL Hudson Prize has announced the following results for the 2018 competition:
First Prize: “The Prevention Principle After North Midland -v- Cyden Homes: Time for Change?” by Max Twivy Pupil Barrister, Atkin Chambers.
Second Prize: “Microwaving Jesus’s Burrito: The Problem of No Oral Modification Clauses” by Anirudh Mandagere, Legal Assistant, Keating Chambers.
Highly Commended: “A Stadium and its Defects: Liberty, Loss and the Limitation Period” by Philip Britton, former Professor of Law, King’s College London.
Highly Commended: “Security of Payment for subcontractors – lessons for England from around the world” by Louise Hall Commercial Manager, Environment Agency.
Commended: “Securing payment and adjudicating under a hybrid contract” by Rachel Gwilliam, Partner, Blake Morgan, Solicitors, Cardiff.
Commended: “To what extent can the Contract Control its own Interpretative Method?” by Omar Jassam Senior Consultant, Blackrock Expert Services.
The Judging Panel offers congratulations to all recipients of awards and thanks to all who entered the 2018 SCL Hudson Prize. Details of the 2019 competition will be circulated soon.
Anthony Lavers, Professor of Law
Chair, SCL Hudson Prize