6 November 2017
Sian Kirwin, 23, from New Waltham, Grimsby, has been awarded the Michelmores Prize Agricultural Tenancy and Law.
Sian has completed the BSc (Hons) Rural Enterprise and Land Management course and received the prize for attaining highest marks module: Agricultural Tenancy & Law.
Land Management course manager, Susan Ragbourne said: “The assignment required her to advise an estate owning client how to deal with diversification, tenant’s improvements and tenancy succession problems on three different case study farms.
“Her work was judged to be the best, not only by her module tutor Keith Heywood, but also by Adam Corbin, a barrister at Michelmores who specialises in agricultural law.”