Arya Redhead did Grenada proud at the Hugh Wooding Law School Graduation Ceremony which took place at The University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus on 6 October 2018.
Redhead was selected by the faculty of the Law School to deliver the valedictory address on behalf of the graduating class. Redhead not only excelled academically during her 2 years at the law school (second Most Outstanding Year One Student and Most Outstanding Year Two Student) but exemplified the spirit and ideals of the institution. Redhead is described by her peers and lecturers as bright yet humble, extremely helpful and a true team player. A number of her peers credited their success in the final exams to Redhead taking the time out to tutor them, ensuring they grasped complex principles and that they all crossed the finish line together. Redhead delivered the farewell speech with confidence, clarity and a touch of humour.
At the graduation ceremony Redhead was one of five students placed on the Principal’s Honour Roll and also captured 7 prizes:
- Council Prize for the Most Outstanding Year Two Student
- Chairman’s Prize (Evidence & Forensic Medicine, Law of Remedies, Civil Procedure & Practice II)
- The RBC Royal Bank Foundation Fund Prize (Best performance in Civil Procedure and Practice II)
- The Fitzwilliam, Stone, Furness-Smith & Morgan Prize (Best performance in Ethics, Rights & Obligations of the Legal Profession)
- The Pelham Sloane-Seale Memorial Prize (Best performance in Conveyancing & Registration of Title
- First Outstanding Year II Student
- The Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh Prize (Best performance in the Human Rights law Clinic).
We wish Arya Redhead tremendous success in the future and in the words of Hazel Thompson-Ahye, Lecturer at the Hugh Wooding Law School, “We expect great things from Arya.”
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