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Law PhD student to present at British Federation of Women Graduates
At the event, being held in New Brighton on 13 October, Chrissy, who was a runner-up in their bursary competition, will be one four candidates who will be making a presentation regarding her research on Corporate Manslaughter 1600s to present day. Chrissy will be also be awarded a certificate and a cash prize on the day.
Chrissy's nomination was supported by Law lecturers Victoria Howes and Tim Marangon. Tim says: "As Chrissy's supervisors we are delighted to hear that she has been invited by BFWG to give a presentation at their presentation which is extra special this year as it marks 100 years of the BFWG giving out scholarships to women graduates.
"Chrissy has proved herself to be very adept at identifying potential sources of funding to assist her in her studies, and in identifying opportunities to disseminate her research amongst the wider academic community. This invitation is the latest in a string of successes for Chrissy in those areas, and her supervisors and everyone at Salford Law School are proud of her achievement."