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Nicholas Bridger joins the Curia for Ethics

Following a successful application of the Fellow for Honours,  before the House on Thursday 9th February 2017, Lex Maximus I [02/0005], Nicholas Bridger has been nominated to serve as the Honorary Praetor, and has been designated to preside over the Curia for Ethics.

Nicholas is a very prominent student, reading MB ChB medicine at Bristol, and despite the young age, he exemplifies one of the greatest maturity of thought and deliberation known to man, especially in the recent times. We trust that his adjudication shall be full of balanced and pragmatic, yet fair and consistent rulings. Let the wisdom of jurisprudence and the knowledge of divine and human matters bestow upon him the habit of spirit for the common good.

Let the wisdom of jurisprudence and the knowledge of divine and human matters bestow upon him the habit of spirit for the common good. Not in his linage, but in his actions, he must seek the lustre of his name, not in the bliss of ignorance, but in the knowledge he must find the promotion of the inner power, and not in his self-service, but at the pleasure of justice, truth, and science he shall pursue the light shining forth the illumination.

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Nicholas Bridger

Nicholas Bridger

Honorary Praetor in the Curia for Ethics, with a versatile academic background in humanities, basic sciences and clinical medicine. He exemplifies a distinctive thought process, blending the antisthenesian logic, an idealistic method, and a spark of hedonistic nil desperandum in his deliberations. Strategy playmaster and Taiwan street games virtuoso. Candidate of Science since 2017

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