Woodbridge Pupil Wins Prestigious Trinity Law Essay Competition

Many, many congratulations to Chris Long who has just won first prize in the Trinity Law Essay Competition. This is an exceptionally prestigious competition, with extremely high standards, and it is a simply outstanding result on his part.   His task was to write a response to the question: ‘What is wrong with bribery and how, if at all, should we deal with it?’; he was assessed by reference to a range of factors, including ‘the development of argument, the quality of expression and the appropriate use of supporting facts and material’.  It’s an intimidating list, but Chris clearly embraced the challenge with his characteristic mix of intellectual rigour, enthusiasm and sangfroid.

https://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/essay-prizes/law/ – scroll down to see his name at the top of the list!

Take a read of Chris’ winning essay here: https://www.woodbridgeschool.org.uk/christopher-long-winning-essay/