WIT Celebrates 10th Year of Nolan, Farrell & Goff Merit Prize

Humanities
(l-r): Mr Adam Duggan,WIT, being presented with his prize by Donal O’Connell, Partner at Nolan, Farrell & Goff

(l-r): Mr Adam Duggan,WIT, being presented with his prize by Donal O’Connell, Partner at Nolan, Farrell & Goff

The Department of Applied Arts at WIT is delighted to announce Adam Duggan as the recipient of the Nolan, Farrell & Goff Merit Prize for 2013.

Adam, a native of Waterford, was presented with the N,F,G Merit Prize at a ceremony on Wednesday 9th of October last, in the College Street Campus, home of Law studies at WIT. The Merit prize includes a financial bursary of €1,250.

The ceremony was attended by Donal O’Connell,Partner at Nolan, Farrell & Goff along with fellow partners Gerard O’Herlihy and John Goff, together with the Head of School of Humanities, Dr Richard Hayes, the Head of Department of Applied Arts, Dr Michael Howlett, Carmel Brennan, Land Law lecturer, law lecturing staff, friends and family of the recipient.

Presenting the award to Adam, Donal O’Connell acknowledged that this is the tenth year of the bursary, stating that “Nolan , Farrell & Goff look forward to supporting law education in WIT thorough this bursary, into the future.”

The recipient, Adam Duggan, thanked all law staff for their hard work and encouragement to him during his studies to date. Adam is currently a student on the BA in Legal and Business Studies at WIT.

The inaugural Nolan, Farrell and Goff Merit Prize for excellence in law examinations was awarded in 2003. The award is reserved for the highest achieving student in Land Law examinations, annually. Eligible students include those enrolled on the BA (Honours) in Law and the BA (Ordinary) in Legal Studies.
 

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Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in  Legal Studies with Business
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