Jack Bradley-Seddon receiving the Award from Michael Portillo and William Charnley, Partner and Training Principal with Mayer Brown.

For the second successive year an Oxford student has been recognised as the Law Undergraduate of the Year in the TARGETjobs awards 2011. Jack Bradley-Seddon was announced as this year's winner and presented with his award by the Rt Hon Michael Portillo at a recent ceremony in Canary Wharf. Competition for the award was very high, and Jack succeeded despite an increase in the number of entries since last year, to be selected from a shortlist of ten all of whom sponsor Mayer Brown described as "excellent". As his prize, Jack will receive a three-week summer work palcement with Mayer Brown, including an accommodation allowance and a laptop.

Last year the same award was given to Richard Hoyle[linkme], now a fourth year student studying Law and German Law, who beat off competition from 289 other entrants to win.