Exeter Students Win the Dentons’ Canadian Legal Negotiation Competition

Final year LLB students, George Ikonomou and Peter Lung represented the University of Exeter at the negotiation competition hosted by Denton’s at their London offices and took home the win. The competition was organized by Dr. Sue Prince, an Associate Law Professor and Tia Matt, a Lecturer in Law wrote Canadian content scenarios and acted as a senior judge. The rest of the judges were law tutors and Denton’s trainee’s.

Denton’s is a large International Law firm with offices in major cities across Canada and fifty other countries across the world. The intention of this competition is to immerse Canadian students at the participating law schools in Canadian centric legal scenarios, raising awareness of the current issues in Canadian legal practice.

Teams of two from five other CLFA partner law schools participated in the competition including students from City, University of London, the University of Kent, the University of Leeds, Queen Mary University London, the University of Southampton, the University of Sussex, and the University of York.

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