Congratulations to the winners of this year’s NPTC Group of Colleges Law Awards. Danielle O’Shea and Sam Freeman were rewarded for being the top achieving Law students in 2016-2017 at the ceremony sponsored by and held at Jennifer Melly Law on the 15th June 2018.

These two students showed exceptional commitment to their studies, and were valuable ambassadors for the College at events such as Open Evenings and Taster Days.  Subsequent to completing their A Levels at NPTC Group, Danielle and Sam have both gone on to study Law at Cardiff University, and will both be undertaking work experience at Jennifer Melly Law this summer.

Everyone at NPTC Group of Colleges wish Danielle and Sam all the very best for a bright and successful future.

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