April 18, 2014
Surrey academic crowned Law Teacher of the Year 2014
A lecturer from the University of Surrey has been named Law Teacher of the Year 2014.
Luke Mason, an associate lecturer at the University of Surrey, won the Oxford University Press-sponsored award and £3,000 in prize money.
The lecturer at the Guildford-based university, triumphed over five other candidates on the final shortlist, and was assessed by campus visits, observations and interviews.
Upon being crowned Law Teacher of the Year, Mason commented: “There is something about acquiring legal learning that is a privilege, as a teacher you then have the additional privilege to communicate that knowledge. I am so grateful for this award’s existence, for drawing attention to the fantastic and valuable thing it is to be a law teacher.”
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Content added on 18th April 2014.
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