Hannah Harrison (final year undergraduate Law student) from the University of Nottingham was Highly Commended in the Law category of The Global Undergraduate Awards Programme in 2021 for their entry, “Incorporating AI into Legislative Processes in the United Kingdom, From Governmental Law-making to Law Enforcement.”.
The Global Undergraduate Awards (UA), established in 2008, is the world’s leading academic awards programme with over 100 affiliated institutions of higher education. Under the patronage of President Michael D. Higgins, UA identifies leading creative thinkers and problem-solvers through their undergraduate coursework. Cited as the ultimate champion of high potential undergraduates, UA provides top performing students with the support, network, and opportunities they require to raise their profiles and further their career paths.
All entries submitted to The Global Undergraduate Awards are judged anonymously by an international academic panel of 500 expert judges from some of the world’s leading academic institutions. UA’s stringent judging process is guided by our independent academic advisory board and our submissions criteria is publicly available on our website.
This year, UA received 2,489 entries and Hannah is recognised as being in the top 10% of entrants in the Law category. All Highly Commended Entrants are invited to attend the UA Global Summit.
The UA Global Summit 2021 will be a hybrid event held from 15–17 November 2021 and the cost of a student ticket for the online event is 30 euro. Attendees will hear this year’s 25 category Global Winners present their award-winning research, as well as from our diverse line-up of speakers and discussion panels. View more information regarding the UA Global Summit 2021.
Posted on Thursday 14th October 2021