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Cardiff law school The Cardiff Law School is the law department of Cardiff University in Wales. It provides an LLB degree, in addition to postgraduate courses like the LLM and research degrees.  Professor David Miers LLM LLM
abbr.
Latin Legum Magister (Master of Laws)


LLM Master of Laws [Latin Legum Magister]

Noun 1.
 (Leeds), DJur (Tor), (Head of the School) will present: Bydd yr Athro David Miers LLM (Leeds), DJur (Tor), (Pennaeth yr Ysgol) yn cyflwyno

To receive the degree of bachelor of laws Bachelor of Laws n. the degree in law from a law school, abbreviated to LLB, which means that recipient has successfully completed three years of law studies in addition to at least three undergraduate years on any subject.  

In Law

Akpe Ekaba Adoh

Ruchi Aggarwal

Georgia Agroti

Adeel Shehzad Akram

Leon Stephen Alexander Stephen Alexander (born November 7, 1975) is an American football tight end who currently is on the Denver Broncos. He previously played with the Detroit Lions, San Diego Chargers, and Washington Redskins.  

Ali Al-Saidi

Dorothy Soot Ting Ang

Angharad Ansell-Jones

Hoi Yee Michelle Au

Rosalind Sophie Avis

Alina Azman Cheong

Cerys Baker

Jane Baker

Anne Louise Banks

Victoria Louise Barratt

Tessa Marie Barrett

Andrew Barrowclough

Lauren Charlotte Beasant

Leila Kurbanovna Bedelbaeva

Andrew Mark Begg

Kate Elsbeth Benetis

Geraint Rhys Bevan

Joanne Elizabeth Bews

Kavi Bhansali

Mohammad Jaynal Abedeen Bhuiyan

Deborah Ellen Boylin

Tristan Broomfield

Christopher Jon Richard Brown

Pamela Helen Brown

Lousha Sarah Bryl

Hannah Claire Burden

Brock Carscallen

Eunice Wei Lynn Chan

Rachael Cynthia Chance

Krupa Chandarana

Imran Azhar Chaudry

Shuk Tzu Chee

Siong Piau Chen

Suzanne Kavita Chetri

Melissa Pui Fung Chia

Yi Chuan Chia

Shivani Chopra

Sharmin Nahar Choudhury

Ruth Elizabeth Clacey

Heather Clark Heather Clark is a writer for Associated Press working out of its bureau in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She normally covers issues concerning the Rocky Mountain region of the United States, such as Los Alamos National Laboratory and New Mexico elections for a national audience.  

Karen Louise Conduit

Michael John Cray

Rebecca Helen Lucy Cross

David Charles Notable people named David Charles include:
  • David Charles (Australian politician)
  • David Atiba Charles, footballer
  • David Charles (hymn-writer)
  • David Charles (philosopher)
 Crowley

Jessica Ruth Crozier crozier

see crosier.
 

Gayle Elizabeth Cubbin

David Keri Davies Keri Davies is a radio producer and scriptwriter, best known for his work on the radio soap opera The Archers.

Davies was born in Treherbert, Rhondda Valley, Wales, but grew up in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England.
 

Elin Ffion Davies

Justin Ashleigh Davies

Lee Douglas Davies

Sien Elin Davies

Owen Edward Thomas Edward Thomas may be:
  • Edward Thomas (poet) (1878-1917), fallen English wartime-volunteer soldier
  • Edward Thomas (soldier) (fl. 1910s & '20s), British non-commissioned officer completing about 9 years' peace- and war-time service
 Dear

Craig Anthony Dobbs

Jennifer Louise Dolan

Cathryn Eleri Duggan

Ruth Charlotte Edmunds

Edward Antony John Ellaby

Amira Mosad Elmissiry

David James David James may refer to:
  • David James (footballer) (born 1970), a Portsmouth and England goalkeeper
  • David James, Baron James of Blackheath, a British corporate trouble-shooter, former chairman of the Millennium Dome, and author of the Conservative Party's James Report
 Etheridge

Jennifer Jane Evans

Gemma Feldon

Emily Claire Felix-Davies

Catherine Rosaline Rosaline (IPA: 'ɹɑzəlɪn [and] 'ɹɑzəlīn) is an unseen character and niece of Lord Capulet in William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet (1597).  Freeman

Elizabeth Jacqueline Wambui Gachathi

Sien Angharad Gill

Alexandra Frances Giorgetti

Katharine Louise Graham

Joanna Louise Grech

Claire Elisabeth Green

Edward Huw Griffiths

Abdul Hakeem ha·keem  
n.
Variant of hakim1.

Noun 1. hakeem - a Muslim physician
hakim

Moslem, Muslim - a believer in or follower of Islam

doc, doctor, physician, Dr.
 Haji Basir

Ekua Inorley Hanson

Rebecca Ann Hawkes

Hayley Marie Hewson

Rhys Edward Hicks

Lindsey Holley

Emily Beth Hooper

Rhian Catherine Hopkins

Ayanna Bogumila Horton

Natalie Ioannides

Mubashir Iqbal

Mark John Jenkins

Connie Jim

Amanda Jane John

Owain Alun John

Beverley Jones

Kelly Sien Samantha Jones

Hema Harish Kanji (human language, character) kanji - /kahn'jee/ (From the Japanese "kan" - the Chinese Han dynasty, and "ji" - glyph or letter of the alphabet. Not capitalised. Plural "kanji") The Japanese word for a Han character used in Japanese.  

Stacey Danielle Kelleher

Wah King @ John Khor Khaw

Nicola Jean Olga Klander

Elizabeth Grace Lacey

Genevieve Aun Siang Lau

Kenny Bing-Keun Law

Amy Victoria Laws

Suzanne Katie Jayne Leedham

Rebeca Morgan Leigh

Catrin Mair Lewis

Rhiannon Lewis

Chiew Yin Lim

Frances Rebecca Lintern

Nicola Sarah Llewelyn

James Graham Loveday

Oxana Luk Yanenko

James MacDonnell

Olexsandra Makhmudova

Haw-Yan Man

Rebecca Lily Mansell

Jemima Clare Marshall

Joanne Laura Martin

Andrew James Martyn

Nina Irene Martyres

Hannah Myra Catherine McLauchlan

Carrie Emma Meikle

Solomon Mihayo

Sarah Louise Miller

Georgina Emma Mills

Victoria Louise Moores

Louise Ruth Morriss

Sohail Nawaz

Victoria Ncheeri

Miranda Ruth Newman

Matthew Christopher Nicholls

Meraj Noor Jaffer

Syed Shawn Saniyyat Novel

Ada Audrey Nene Nene (nēn, nĕn) or Nen (nĕn), river, c.90 mi (140 km) long, rising in the Northampton Uplands, central England, and flowing NE past Northampton, Oundle, Peterborough, and Wisbech to the Wash.  Oduah

Paul Christopher O'Hara

Richard James Owen

Antonia Bridget Panayides

Linda Pang

Athanasios Pantelis

Lee Conrad Parkhill

Rachel Parmar

Lindsay Marie Parr

Jayna Patel

Hannah Claire Pearce

Alexandra Lynne Lloyd Peate

Christiana Perikleous

Matthew James Perkins

Nicholas James Pettifer

Laura Jane Phillips

Laura Jane Phillips

Thomas James Phillips

James Lewis Phillips-Evans

Rhodri William Preece

James Preselo

Christianne Lesley Protheroe

Christopher Huw Prytherch-Roberts

Edwina Nana Esi Quayson

Mandeep Mina Rai

Daniel Bentley Ralphson

Darshini Devi Ramachadran

Melanie Louise Rayner

Morgan Rees

Kate Regan

Anna Elizabeth Richards

Eleanor Richards

Christopher Matthew Roberts

Fiona Amy Rose Roberts

Rachel Mary Roberts

Jerry Samuel

Laura Anne Sanders

Oluwaseyi Adebisi Sangotade

Nadia Joan Santry

Tiffany Rochelle Scatliffe

Laura Marie Selby

Camilla Jane Sell

Caroline Elaine Shand

Edward Bohdan James Shawe

Hannah Jane Shillabeer

Tehmina Siganporia

Cheuk Shan Katherine Sin

Susanna Jayne Smith

Surenee Chan Somchit

Joanna April Stevens

John Edward Stevens

Tanuj Sud

John Jackson Sudders

Lih Yau Samuel Tan

Choon Howe Tay

Rachel Jane Taylor

Yee Khuan Tee

Rachael Louise Thomas

Michael Robert Thompson

Paul David Thompson

Narendran Thorairaj

Mark William Timms

Christopher James Tonks

Benjamin Tuck

Adam Glenalvon Turbervill

Charlotte Rose Ward

Clare Louise Watling

Kate Webber

Damian Welch

Michael Wenzel

Elaine Sien Weston

David Joseph White

Steven John Wilcox

Chloe Elizabeth Jane Wilkins

Daniel Mark Wilkinson

Coriander coriander (kōr'ēăn`dər), strong-smelling Old World annual herb (Coriandrum sativum) of the family Umbelliferae (parsley family), cultivated for its fruits.  Williams

Owen Williams

Christopher John Wills

Michael Arwyn Winkley

Lai May Becky Wong

Soo King Yap

Kek Chin Yong

Amina Talatu Zukogi

In Law and Criminology

Jessica Frances Day

Nancy May Elias

Sien Evans

Jennifer Fowler

Liam Francis

Helen Freemantle

Justin Peter Lilley

Laura Ann Mather

Duncan Alexander Huw McPhee

Rachel Emma Joan Ransome

Abbie Louisa Rees-Browne

Laura Rhiannon Sayer

Sien Louise Thomas

Emma Ruth Treseder

Nicola Elizabeth Williams

In Law and French

Sarita Mary Arthur-Crow

Emma Louise Azopardi

Sarah Patience Butler

Ruth Mary Dickinson

Louise Mary Catherine Flynn

Ayda Habboush

David Rhys Jones

Jodie Jones

Joanne Michelle Madden

Elizabeth Sien Osborne

Catrin Angharad Phillips

Huw John Price

Tom Stenner-Evans

Christos Alexandros Tsakiris

Charlotte Louise Upton

Claire Elizabeth Wild

Alexandra Frances Wilks

Ben Alexander Williams

Katherine Anne Williams

Carys Ann Wilson

In Law and German

Sara Jane Andell

Emily Elizabeth Cartwright

Gina Eugene Downer

Victoria Jane Louise Fielden

Christopher Alan Gardner

Jared John Lawrence Green

Rhiannon Lucinda Joseph

Carl Liebel

Rachel Louise Murphy

Thomas George Rush

Sarah Mary Talboys

Kathryn Sui Leng Taylor

Lucy Emma Williams

In Law and Italian

Daniela Francesca Ferrari

Francesca Martin

In Law and Politics

Shibli Begum be·gum  
n.
1. A Muslim woman of rank.

2. Used as a form of address for such a woman.



[Urdu begam, from East Turkic begüm, first person sing.
 

Alexander Peter Cunliffe

Lynsey Dalton

Farhia Osman Ibrahim Farah

Peter Gordon

Rebecca Jane Hinge

John Robert Hopkins

Drew Alexander Huskisson

Jonathan Joel Morgan

Mark Andrew Charles Nicholls

Elisa Kristiina Nyman

Adam Christopher Perry

Sam Burke Phillips

Richard James Roberts

Gemma Marie Wickland

Emma Jane Williams

Rhiannon Sarah Williams

In Law and Sociology

Caroline Lesley Andrews

Sarit Avichezer

Kristi Beak

Katie Louise Brain

Stuart Denis James Cliff

Ceri Patricia Cole

Kirstern Mary Naomi Davies

Helena Rachel Dawkins

Katie-Anne Edwards

Laura Denise Foxall

Natalie Hirst

Gareth Michael Jones

Kathryn Leslie

Hazel Kim McCourt

David Miller

Emily Kate Millross

Benjamin Minton

Sarah Louise Morgans

Joseph Stephen Murphy

Katy Marie Perrett

Naomi Jane Sexton

Rebecca Jane Singleton

Nia Watkin Jones

In Law and Spanish

Laura Jane Atkins

Caroline Victoria Edwards

Lucy Anne Hall

Tegen Eleanor Oldfield

Martin James Russell

Deborah Rachel Sigler

Jennifer Isabelle Sole

Jacqueline Sarah Wood

Cara Jane Young

CARDIFF SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Professor Robin Stowell MA, PhD(Cantab), (Head of School) will present:

To receive the degree of bachelor of arts

In Italian and Music

Suzanne Marie Smart

In Music

Nicholas Alexander Briggs

Isabel Frances Margaret Garrard

Emily Owen

Sarah Elizabeth Perryman

Lana-Kathryn Banks Pugh

In Music and English Literature

Tanya Marie Davies

Steven Mark Smith

In Music and History

Mewn Cerddoriaeth a Hanes

Laura Frances Varden

In Music and Social Philosophy and Applied Ethics

Sebastian Laurence Grenville Watson

To receive the degree of bachelor of music

Helen Sarah Anders

Lucy Victoria Barrett

Carol Bennett

Elizabeth Frances Birchall

John Arthur Blackmore

Caroline Anne Faith Bright

Felicity Ann Carroll

Rob Michael Chapman

Sara Elizabeth Chewins

Jonathan James Clarke

Zoae Clare de Turberville

Carla Eccleston

Rhodri Huw Evans

Sarah Elizabeth Francis

Reena Rajwantee Gopaul

John Michael Francis de Montmorrencie Guilfoyle

Matthew Ian William Hall

Vanessa Miriam Hare

Sarah Ann Hinton

Louisa Ann Holloway

Richard Liam Holmes

Rebecca Jethwa

Marianthi Kanellopoulou

Sien Frances Kelly

Jacqueline Laura Larkin

Alexandra Evelyn Lawrence

Louise Maria Leigh

Victoria Massocchi

Sara Jen McHugh

Suzanne Claire Rachel Miller

Fiona Lucinda Morris

Gareth D Moss

Samuel Rice Mulliner

Rebecca Frances Murphy

Rachel Allison Palmer

Joanna Claire Phillips

Helen Elizabeth Philpott

Konstantina Pitsiakou

Hannah Victoria Reynolds

Anna Louise Rottner

Alexandra Louise Russell

Hannah Sarah Agatha Shepheard

Hannah Shipley

Jennifer Mary Topalian

Sarah Louise Wadey

Joanna Helen Watts

Sarah Natalia Wibley

Carys Margaret Williams

Sharalyn Anna Williams

CARDIFF SCHOOL OF RELIGIOUS AND

THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

Professor Stephen Pattison MA (Cantab), MSocS (Birm), PhD, DLitt (Edin),

(Head of School) will present:

To receive the degree of bachelor of arts

In Religious Studies and English Literature

Catherine Ann Jackson

Rhys James

In Religious Studies and History

Greta Bridget Joyce

In Religious Studies and Music

Claire Gunningham

Andrew Kowalik

In Religious Studies and Philosophy

Tanya Louise Hill

In Religious Studies and Social Philosophy and Applied Ethics

Ruth Louise Chapman

Anna Clare Ezekiel

In Religious and Theological Studies

Helen Allport

Kevin Andresen

Gillian Mary Bate bate 1  
tr.v. bat·ed, bat·ing, bates
1. To lessen the force or intensity of; moderate: "To his dying day he bated his breath a little when he told the story" 
 

Izaak John Brading

Ben Thomas Butler

Donna Marie Carey

Lynfa Mai Coombes

Gemma Lee Dallimore

Robin James Diston

Jacqueline Marie Elsdon

Carole Jane Emmerson

Genevieve S. Evans

Kim Marie Furness

Rachel Sarah Garbett

Cristalle Hayes

Jonathan Iain Hodgins

Camilla Agnes Louise R Holland

Clare Victoria Jeremy

Michael Paul Johnson

Andrew Philip Jones

James Robert Paul Lycett

Lee Anthony McNally

Karina Nash

Jodie Lyn Owen

Hayley Anne Page

Sarah Jane Perry

Ceri Louise Piper

Heather Mary RcliU

Jacqueline Louise Rhodes

David Kenneth Sheen

Edward Graham Hopkin Smith

Rebecca Angela Williams

Emily Margaret Young

To receive the degree of bachelor of theology Noun 1. Bachelor of Theology - a bachelor's degree in theology
ThB

bachelor's degree, baccalaureate - an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
 

Anthony Davies

Jonathan Paul Vaughan-Davies

Matthew Joseph Dobbs

PRESENTATIONS FOR HIGHER DEGREES

Executive Director (University Relations and Development), Professor John King BSc, MSc, PhD (Wales), FRINA,

will present:

To receive the degree of master of arts Master of Arts
Noun

a degree, usually postgraduate in a nonscientific subject, or a person holding this degree

Noun 1. Master of Arts - a master's degree in arts and sciences
Artium Magister, MA, AM
 

In Musicology musicology, systematized study of music and musical style, particularly in the realm of historical research. The scholarly study of music of different historical periods was not practiced until the 18th cent., and few published efforts were rigorously researched.  

Philip John Ogilvie Henderson, BA (Nottingham)

Lucy Fiona Leddington Wright, BMus (Wales)

David Michael Leggett, BMus (Wales)

Emma May Peters, BMus (Wales)

Claire Maria Smart, BSc (Keele)

To receive the degree of master of laws Noun 1. Master of Laws - an advanced law degree
LLM

law degree - degree conferred on someone who successfully completes law school
 

In Canon Law canon law, in the Roman Catholic Church, the body of law based on the legislation of the councils (both ecumenical and local) and the popes, as well as the bishops (for diocesan matters).  

Mewn Cyfraith Ganonaidd

Derek George Belcher, MEd (Wales)

Gerard P Garrett, BCL BCL - The successor to Atlas Commercial Language.

["The Provisional BCL Manual", D. Hendry, U London 1966].
, MCL MCL - Macintosh Common LISP  (Ottawa)

Trevor Pryce Jones, BEd, BTh (Southampton)

Rubie Marie Nottage, BA (Queen's University, Canada)

Dominic Edward Walker, MA (London)

In Commercial Law

Amaka Beverley Agbakoba, LLB LLB
abbr.
Latin Legum Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Laws)


LLB Bachelor of Laws [Latin Legum Baccalaureus]

Noun 1.
 (Nottingham)

Jessica Marie Blandford, LLB (Wales)

Benjamin Chin, LLB (North London)

Olachi Nwadiuto Chiori, LLB (Lagos)

Christopher Coughlan, LLB (Portobello College, Dublin)

Gareth Fortey, LLB (Glamorgan)

Alexander Gorlov, BA (Russian People's Friendship University)

Tehmina Fatima Hasnain, LLB (Keele)

Caroline Jan, Maitrise (Rennes)

Dimitra Karperou, Ptychion (Thrace)

Hokyoun Kim, BA, MA (Hanyang)

Rehman Aziz Malik, LLB (Karachi)

BjUrn C Mller, Staatsexamen (Konstanz)

Yee Leng Ng, LLB (Wales)

Eleanor Colman Ngalo, LLB (Plymouth)

Gathoni Caroline Ngigi, LLB (Keele)

Evripidis Panagiotidis, BSc (Plymouth)

Megan Rees-Lewis, LLB (Wales)

Nicolette Rodrigues, LLB (Goa)

Gethin Lloyd Rowlands, LLB (Wales)

Opeoluwa Ayodele Olubukunola Sangosanya, LLB (Wales)

Dervis Ersun Seytanoglu, LLB (Essex)

Praneeta Sharma, LLB (Pune)

Olufemi Shobanjo, LLB (Birmingham)

Sofia Velegraki, Ptychion (Thrace)

In European Legal Studies

Karsten Michael Keilhack, Staatsprufung (Dresden)

Elfy Mabiala, Licence (Nantes)

Anne-Sophie Riaud, Licence (Nantes)

Isabelle Robin, LLB (Nantes)

Fritha Jayne Watson, LLB (Kent)

In Legal Aspects of Marine Affairs

Emeka Michael Dibua, LLB (Obafemi Awolowo)

Efthimios Gogis, Ptychion (Athens)

Slobodanka KariUik, LLB (Montenegro)

Spyros Livieratos, BSc (London Guildhall)

Omame Onoge, LLB (Ambrose Alli)

Mindaugas Petrauskas, LLM (Vilnius)

Karimat Olubusola Raheem, LLB (Wales)

Nick Recantzis, BSc (London Guildhall)

Ali Mumtaz Shaikh, LLB (Buckingham)

Petros Tasios, Ptychion (Panteion University of Social & Political Science)

In Legal Aspects of Medical Practice

Rizkar Amin, MB ChB (Mosul)

Jody Arnold, LLB (Wales)

Paul Ian Bailey Baines, MB BCh (Wales)

Catherine Margaret Bright, BSc (Central Lancashire), PhD (Edinburgh), MB BCh (Wales)

Julie Kay Brown, BSc, MBA (Open)

Edmund Peter Gooderham, BM (Cantab), LLB (Open)

Patricia Gregory, BScEcon (London)

Gordon Hall, BDS BDS
abbr.
Bachelor of Dental Surgery


BDS Bachelor of Dental Surgery

BDS n abbr (= Bachelor of Dental Surgery) → título universitario

BDS 
 (Leeds)

Natasha Louise Hammond, LLB (Wales)

Suzanne Jane Lane, MB BCh (Wales)

Alan Duncan McGregor, MB ChB, MD (Aberdeen)

Michael David Moore, MB BCh (Queen's University, Belfast)

Mei Yen Nga, LLB (Wales)

Linda Anne Prime, BSc (CNAA CNAA n abbr (BRIT) (= Council for National Academic Awards) → organismo no universitario que otorga diplomas

CNAA n abbr (Brit) (= Council for National Academic Awards) →
), MSc (Bristol)

Ekta Nirvana Rampersad, LLB (Wolverhampton)

Paul Walsh, BDS (Sheffield), LLB (Liverpool John Moores)

Hervey Wilcox, MA (Cantab), MSc (London)

To receive the degree of master of music

Gareth Churchill, BMus (London)

To receive the degree of master of theology Noun 1. Master of Theology - a master's degree in theology
ThM

master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
 

In Church History

James Alexander Christopher Karran, BA (Wales)

In Christian Social Ethics

Emma Featherstone, BA (Cantab)

Nathaniel Peter Freeman, BA (Wales)

To receive the degree of doctor of philosophy

Posthumously

David Ian Childs, BA (Glamorgan)

Russell Geoffrey Herbert, BTh (Oxon), MA (Birmingham)

Jane Elizabeth Holland, BMus, MA (Wales)

CARDIFF FELLOWSHIPS

To receive an honorary fellowship

Carolyn Kirby

Reverend Professor Frances Young

The Vice-Chancellor will admit them to the Fellowship of Cardiff University: A high notefor John, 71:John Blackmore who went back to school when he retired was due to graduate today. The 71-year-old mature student is now a bachelor of music.

'I always had an interest in music,' said Mr Blackmore from St Michael's Road, Llandaff, Cardiff. 'When I retired I started playing the oboe again and signed up for a course at Cardiff University's lifelong learning centre. I had played the instrument when I was younger but decided that as I had more time, I could become more serious about the subject.'

The former Canton High School Canton High School is a secondary school for grades 9-12 located in Canton, Connecticut. Its enrollment is about 500 as of 2006. The school colors are maroon and white. The school mascot is the Warrior. The Canton Warriors are part of the North Central Connecticut Conference.  pupil signed up to take a music A-level at Coleg Glan Hafren Coleg Glan Hafren''' is a Further Education college based in Cardiff. The college has over 12,000 students and provides over 800 courses, including Business Studies, Media Studies, Sociology, History and Law.  in Cardiff in 2000.

'My A-levels were science based so to get on to a degree course at Cardiff University I needed music A-level. That was the beginning of four years' full-time study which proved very rewarding.

'The university welcomes people of all ages and through the lifelong learning centre there is something for everyone.'

The former research assistant had worked in the haematology department in Llandough Hospital until he retired aged 60. In 1955 he gained his first degree in biological sciences.
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