Nicholas De Lacy Brown's Biography
Nicholas De Lacy Brown was a 24-year-old trainee barrister living in West London when he entered The Apprentice series 4.
It was a short stay, as Nicholas De Lacy Brown was the first candidate to be fired from The Apprentice series 4.
He was born Nicholas Brown but decided to add his grandmother's name De Lacy in the middle.
Nicholas De Lacy Brown, who comes from Shoreham-by-Sea, gained an LLB Law degree with first class honours from Kings College and an MA in Medical Law & Ethics, for which he gained a distinction.
Nicholas De Lacy Brown also picked up the Eleanor Betsy Scowen Prize for best dissertation and the Sir Eric Scowen Prize for best overall grade.
Nicholas achieved an outstanding grade for his bar vocational course at BPP Law School, which means that he got more than 85%.
Nicholas De Lacy Brown enjoys art - both painting and visiting galleries.
When he was 13, Nicholas De Lacy Brown exhibited a painting of all of the 37 Shakespeare plays.
The Littlehampton Gazette reported how Nicholas, who is related to Alan Brown, founder of Worthing-based A. R. Brown & Co Solicitors, "went to Our Lady of Sion School and worked at the Worthing branch of Sussex Stationers for a year as well as at his father's Worthing solicitors firm in Chapel Road."
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