The Scottish Legal News website has published an article about undergraduate law student, James Field, being presented with the Cloch IP award.
The annual University of Aberdeen prize for "Best Intellectual Property Law" related dissertation, sponsored by Cloch Solicitors, was secured by James Field this month for his critical analysis of “The Patentability of Human Embryonic Stem Cell-Based Inventions in the European Union”.
The Cloch IP Quaich is awarded to the student (undergraduate or postgraduate) who obtains the highest mark in the university marking, as adjudged by Dr Abbe Brown, senior lecturer and deputy head of Law School.
The Cloch Quaich was presented to James by Anne-Michelle Slater, head of the School of Law, post-graduation at the Law School prize-giving in the Law Library on 15 June.
The Cloch IP Quaich is now on display in the Taylor Law Library, in the School of Law.
The full article is available on the Scottish Legal News website.