The SCL Sir Henry Brooke Student Essay Prize 2020

Dear All

 This is to tell you about an exciting opportunity from Promontory Financial Group, an IBM Company and also to tell you about The SCL Sir Henry Brooke Student Essay Prize 2020.

 Promontory Financial Group Internship

They are looking for two interns to work at their London offices in the role of ‘Promontory Privacy & Data Protection Analyst Co-op’.  As an Analyst Co-op, you will you will have a unique hands-on experience in business development, client work, and other projects working within their Business Unit.

 The posts are fixed term for 5 months and begin in September.

  The SCL Sir Henry Brooke Student Essay Prize 2020

The essay question for the 2020 Essay Prize has been released together with details of the prizes.

Essay question:
“At the start of the 2010s, two billion people used the Internet, MySpace rivalled Facebook as the most popular social network, iPads did not exist and few people had swapped their trusty Nokias for iPhones. Peer to peer networking was seen as an existential threat to copyright industries and net neutrality was not yet the law anywhere, while cloud computing was unknown to the general population. The future was unpredictable.” What, where, how, and when will the greatest regulatory challenges for the Internet of 2030 be? Justify your answer with reference to existing laws, regulation, and government policy documents”.

The prize:

  • A free place at the SCL Annual Conference 2020 in central London (SCL will provide a maximum £250 contribution to the cost of travel and accommodation)
  • Publication in the SCL’s Computers and Law Magazine and on this website
  • £300 cash

 More details can be found at our website

 For any queries, please contact the Campus Ambassador, Rand Al Ramini, on