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Vinge's legal scholarship recipients selected

February 19, 2007

Three former students at Malmö Latin School and Farsta High School in Stockholm received Vinge's legal scholarship at the end of the fall term.
The legal scholarship is open to students who have studied at any of the Swedish high schools that are part of Vinge's diversity project and who are now getting a bachelor degree in law or receiving an legal-oriented education.
In Malmö, Eljesa Loshaj and Zanna Kanlic received scholarships, which were awarded by Jesper Ottergren and Christoffer Thalin from Vinge in Malmö.
In Stockholm, Omar Hoshmand from Farsta high school received a scholarship which was awarded by Mattias Larsson from Vinge in Stockholm.

Guidance judgment on the criminal liability for ordering a cabotage transport

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