ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani girl, hailing from Mianwali, has secured coveted first position in Britain’s Durham Law School examination 2017, competed by over 200 students from across the world.
Maham Malik, a student of the Frobel International Islamabad, once again brought laurels to her school from where she had done her A Level in excellent marks while bagging first position in English all over the country.
A resident of Namal Valley, Maham moved on to study law in one of the top 10 British Universities: Durham Law School in England.
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Dr Andy Hayward Assistant Prof of Durham University in commending remarks wrote: "Congratulation on your success Maham – it is such a great achievement and a testament to all the hard work you have put in to your studies."
Durham University also gave her a small token of money besides several financial awards from other law chambers in England in recognition of her toil to get first position in annual examination of the university.
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Asked about her motivation Maham said it was her ambition to become a barrister and serve the country.
Durham Law School is a world leader in legal education and research and attracts around 17,500 students of all levels.
According to the information available at the university website around 21% of its student body is of non-UK origin, and with staff and students combined, around 150 countries and nationalities are represented.
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