Chase Cambria Publishing has established two annual awards in support of academic activities of Centre for Commercial Law, University College London (UCL).
The purpose of the awards is to promote academic excellence in the discipline of law and reward exceptional performance in core curriculum courses as recommended by UCL Centre for Commercial Law.
The International Corporate Rescue Prize for LLB Company Law
This prize is awarded to the student at the UCL Centre for Commercial Law, who attains the highest mark for the Company Law LLB examination each year. In the event of one or more students sharing the highest mark, the prize fund will be split accordingly.
2010 winner - Martin Henshall
2011 winner - Rachel Pitifield
2012 winner – Heidi Li
The International Corporate Rescue Award for Excellence
This prize is awarded each year to the author of the best dissertation in the area of financial and/or corporate law as recommended by the UCL Centre for Commercial Law. In determining the best paper, the Centre for Commercial Law's judging panel will take into account the originality and interest of the subject matter, the quality and rigour of academic analysis, and the clarity and logic of the discussion and arguments presented.
The prize is open to both LLB and taught LLM dissertations which fall within the subject scope of the International Corporate Rescue journal. The prizewinning paper will also be considered for publication in a future edition of International Corporate Rescue journal.
2010 winner - Siew Lin Grace Chong
(Please see International Corporate Rescue Special Issue "The Milgram Universe of Credit Derivatives: A Regulatory Proposal" and International Corporate Rescue journal Volume 6, Issues 4 and 5)
2011 winner - James Davies
(Please see International Corporate Rescue Special Issue "The Nature and Scope of the Anti-Deprivation Rule in the English Law of Corporate Insolvency" and International Corporate Rescue journal Volume 8, Issue 2 and 3)