Attorney-General's Cup final an all-SMU contest
Published on Aug 29, 2014 9:49 PM
SINGAPORE - It was an all-Singapore Management University (SMU) final at the Attorney-General's Cup moot competition on Friday night.
Through a series of knock-out rounds beginning in July, an initial field of 16 was whittled down to Ms Wong Yan Yee and Mr Sean Sim Zhi Quan.
Ms Wong, 20, emerged the winner after both presented oral arguments to a panel comprising Attorney-General V.K. Rajah, Judge of Appeal Andrew Phang and Justice Quentin Low at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Moot Court. She won $1,000, while Mr Sim, 22, was awarded $500.
The two finalists, both second-year students, also received an internship with AGC.
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