OPBP Announces 2015 SAJAP Award Recipient

by | Sep 10, 2015

Oxford Pro Bono Publico expresses its heartiest congratulations to Michael Rhimes – this year’s recipient of the Southern African Judicial Assistance Project (SAJAP) award.

Michael will clerk with the Namibian Supreme Court, providing legal research and supporting the judiciary in Namibia to facilitate the delivery of high quality, independent judgments. Michael has completed his BCL degree at Oxford in 2015, during which he actively participated in a number of OPBP projects, generously contributing his time and legal research skills.  We congratulate Michael warmly, and wish him a successful clerkship and best of luck in his future professional endeavours.

Experiences of past SAJAP clerks in Namibia can be found here and here.

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