Congratulations to Dr Zuo Changwu for winning the 2014-2015 Intersentia Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Law. Dr Zuo's thesis is entitled "An Analysis of Rules Governing Limited Liability Companies in China: Between Contracts and Regulation", and her supervisor was Professor Yu Guanghua. The runner-up was Dr Kalana Senaratne for his thesis "A Critical Exploration of Internal Self-Determination under International Law, with Particular Reference to the Sri Lankan Conflict", supervised by Professor CL Lim. The Intersentia Prize was established in 2012 to acknowledge, support and encourage outstanding PhD and SJD research. The prize winner is chosen by an international prize committee on a yearly basis. The value of the prize is GBP500, and both the winning and runner-up theses will be considered for publication by Intersentia.