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The James C Brady Prize Award winning students for 2022/2023

The James C Brady prize for 2022/2023 awarded to two outstanding students

James C Brady Prize Award winning students for 22-23

Prize-winners Jessica Harte (second from left) and Gráinne Kinsella (third from right), pictured with Professor Oonagh Breen, James Brady’s daughter Sinead and granddaughter Clodagh and Professor Laurent Pech, Dean of Law.

At the recent UCD President’s prize giving in O’Reilly Hall, two outstanding law students were awarded joint medals for the James C Brady Prize for the academic year 2022/2023.  They were 2023 Law with French Law graduate, Jessica Harte, and final year Law with Social Justice student, Gráinne Kinsella. The ceremony was attended by two members of the late Professor Brady’s family - his daughter Sinead and granddaughter, Clodagh.

This annual prize commemorates James C Brady (1940-1998), Professor of the Law of Property and Equity in University College Dublin. It was established in 2001 by the James C Brady Memorial Trust as a tribute to Professor Brady and his skills in teaching and research in the field of equity and trusts. The prize includes a gold medal and a copy of the Liber Memoralis in honour of Professor Brady. It is awarded to the student who achieves the best combined result from two specific modules. The prize is awarded annually and is open to students from all law undergraduate degree programmes.

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