Adrian Keeling QC attended the Anglo Thai Educational Awards Presentation at The Royal Thai Embassy

Tue, 08 Dec 2015

Adrian Keeling QC attended the Anglo Thai Educational Awards Presentation at The Royal Thai Embassy, 28 Prince's Gate, London on 27th November and presented certificates of excellence to the winning students. No5 Chambers provided a legal placement scholarship as one of the prizes. The prize was awarded for the best essay written by a Thai student on Legal Studies

Educational Awards for Excellence was launched in 2005 by The Anglo-Thai Society. The purpose of the awards to acknowledge the achievement and excellence of Thai postgraduate students carrying out research at British universities.

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