The IWLA are delighted to publish here the winner and runners up for our Article Competition entitled-
‘What have I learned from Covid -19’
The entries will be published over three weeks starting with runner up Maebh Fenton, followed by joint runner up Chloe McLoughlin and then the winner, Aoife McPartland.
All of the entries were of a very high standard and IWLA would like to thank all participants for taking the time to enter. IWLA would also like to thank the judges, Sonia McEntee Solicitor Apartment Law and Jeanne Kelly Solicitor, LK Shields LLP who decided on the top three entries and Paulyn Marrinan Quinn SC (author of ‘What Does Law Mean, Mumu?’) who chose the winner.
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