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17 September 2018 / press release

20 September: first Loyens & Loeff Law & Tax award for multicultural talent

On Thursday 20 September, the ECHO Awards 2018, a prize for excellent university students with a non-western background, will be held.

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The ceremony will be hosted by Loyens & Loeff in Amsterdam. For the first time, the Loyens & Loeff Law & Tax Award will be presented in addition to the existing Awards. The winners will be announced by the Minister of Education, Science and Culture, Ingrid van Engelshoven. The winner will receive an all-expenses paid Summer Course at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the United States.

Thursday 20 September 2019

Fred. Roeskestraat 100, 1076 ED Amsterdam

Reception & Dinner


You can register by sending an e-mail to citing 'Registration ECHO Award 2018'. Please also inform us whether you would like to enjoy the buffet. The buffet contains vegetarian and halal options, if you have other dietary requirements, please let us know in your registration email.

Three students are nominated for the Loyens & Loeff Law & Tax Award: Hasnaa Beni Driss, Ramoe Jagesar and Tony Barshani. Below you can read the interviews with them on their nomination, background and ambitions.

Interview with Hasnaa Beni Driss

Interview with Ramoe Jagesar

Interview with Tony Barshini

Hasnaa Beni Driss wins first Law & Tax ECHO Award

During the presentation of the ECHO Awards last night the first Loyens & Loeff Law & Tax Award was won by Hasnaa Beni Driss. read more