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Student Prizes

Adelaide Law School thanks its sponsors for their support and ongoing financial assistance.

Through prizes, scholarships and donations the sponsors play an important role in encouraging excellence and supporting the next generation of young lawyers. Adelaide Law School is proud to be associated with its sponsors – please follow the links below to learn more about them and the support they provide.

Associations & Company Prize Sponsors

  • Andersons

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    The Andersons Solicitors Prize for the Family Law Research Essay

    Andersons Solicitors have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize to the value of a four week paid clerkship to the student who receives the highest mark in the Research essay in the course Family Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Minerals and Energy Law.

    Where there are several students with equal merit the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Arthur J. Gallagher

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    The Gallagher Prize for Tort Law

    Arthur J. Gallagher have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $1,000.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Tort Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Tort Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic tran scripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Australian Institute of Administrative Law - SA Chapter

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    The Australian Institute of Administrative Law Prize

    The South Australian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Administrative Law (AIAL) have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide $150.00 and one year's membership of the AIAL per year for five years, to the student who has written an outstanding research essay in the compulsory course Administrative Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law.

    The value of the prize will be $150.00 and one year's membership of the AIAL awarded to the qualifying student.

    Where there are several students with equal merit the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Cowell Clarke

    Prize Awarded

    The Cowell Clarke Law Prize

    Mr Jon Clarke of Cowell Clarke Commercial Lawyers kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in a course that Cowell Clarke wish to sponsor. The prize shall be awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying in the course selected.

    Where there are several students in any one course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • David Haines QC

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    The David Haines QC Prize for Equity

    Donated by his past research assistants, this prize is intended to celebrate and honour Mr Haines QC's devotion to developing and nurturing the next generation of legal practitioners. The proposal is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for the highest achiever in the course Equity.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • DW Fox Tucker Lawyers

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    The DW Fox Tucker Prize for International Franchising Law

    DW Fox Tucker Lawyers have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $250.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course International Franchising Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course International Franchising Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The DW Fox Tucker Prize for Income Tax Law

    DW Fox Tucker Lawyers have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Income Tax Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Income Tax Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Edmund Barton Chambers

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    The Edmund Barton Chambers Prize for Criminal Law and Procedure

    Edmund Barton Chambers has kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Criminal Law and Procedure. The prize shall be awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Criminal Law and Procedure.

    Where there are several students in any one course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the subject is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and will be formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Edmund Barton Chambers Prize for Evidence and Proof in Theory and Practice

    Edmund Barton Chambers have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Evidence and Proof in Theory and Practice. The prize shall be awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Evidence and Proof in Theory and Practice.

    Where there are several students in any one course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the subject is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and will be formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • EMA Legal

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    The EMA Legal Prize for Workplace Law

    EMA Legal have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the student who receives the highest mark in the Research essay in the course Law of Work. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the student who receives the highest mark in the Research essay in the course Law of Work.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Finlaysons

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    The Finlaysons Prize for Secured Transactions

    Finlaysons have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the student who receives the combined highest achiever in the course Secured Transactions. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Secured Transactions.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Fisher Jeffries

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    The Fisher Jeffries Prize for Litigation Ethics

    Fisher Jeffries (a member of Gadens Lawyers) kindly donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the student who receives the combined highest marks for the ethics assignments in Dispute Resolution and Ethics. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the student who receives the combined highests marks for the ethics quizzes, disclosure and ethics, and pleadings and ethics assignments in Dispute Resolution and Ehtics.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Gilchrist Connell

    Prize Awarded

    The Gilchrist Connell Prize for Medical Law and Ethics

    Gilchrist Connell has kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Medical Law and Ethics. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Medical Law and Ethics.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Hanson Chambers

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    The Hanson Chambers Prize for Advocacy

    The members of Hanson Chambers kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the student who receives the combined highest marks for the advocacy exercises in the course Evidence and Proof in Theory and Practice. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the student who receives the combined highest marks for the advocacy exercises in the course Evidence and Proof in Theory and Practice.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Howard Zelling Chambers

    Prizes Awarded

    The Howard Zelling Prize for Administrative Law

    Whereas the Honourable Mr Justice Howard E. Zelling has paid to the University the sum of $2,000 for the purpose of establishing a prize in the subject Administrative Law, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be known as "The Howard Zelling Prize for Administrative Law".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $350.
    3. Provided that, in the opinion of the examiners, there is a candidate of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate or candidates placed highest in the primary assessment for the subject Administrative Law.
    4. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.

    The Howard Zelling Prize for Constitutional Law

    Whereas the Honourable Mr Justice Howard E. Zelling has paid to the University the sum of $2,000 for the purpose of establishing a prize in the subject Constitutional Law, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be known as "The Howard Zelling Prize for Constitutional Law".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $500.
    3. Provided that, in the opinion of the examiners, there is a candidate of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate or candidates placed highest in the primary assessment for the subject Constitutional Law.
    4. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • HWL Ebsworth

    Prize Awarded

    The HWL Ebsworth Prize for Excellence in Media Law

    HWL Ebsworth have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for the highest achiever in the course Media Law. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Media Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • John Bray Law Alumni Network

    Prize Awarded

    The John Bray Law Alumni Network Prize

    Whereas the John Bray Law Alumni Network has offered to donate an annual prize of $500, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The John Bray Law Alumni Network Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $500.
    3. The prize shall be awarded annually to the student the highest achiever in the course Foundations of Law. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Foundations of Law.
    4. Where there are several students in the course with equal marks the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prizes period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded.
    5. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.
  • Johnson Winter & Slattery

    Prizes Awarded

    The Johnson Winter & Slattery Prize in Corporate Law

    Johnson Winter & Slattery kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the student who receives the highest mark in the interim assignment, provided that the student achieves an overall course mark of at least 80% in the course Corporate Law. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law.

    Where there are several students in any one course with equal mark, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prizes period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • LexisNexis

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    Lexis Nexis Prize

    The LexisNexis prize is awarded for the most outstanding performance in a compulsory or elective course with a book voucher to the value of $300. The selection of course(s) are at the discretion of LexisNexis.

  • Lipman Karas

    Prizes Awarded

    The Lipman Karas Prize for Contracts

    Lipman Karas kindly donate a prize to the AdelaideLaw School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for the highest achiever in the course Contracts. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Contracts.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Lipman Karas Prize for Dispute Resolution and Ethics

    Lipman Karas kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Dispute Resolution and Ethics. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Dispute Resolution and Ethics.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Lipman Karas Prize for Commercial Equity

    Lipman Karas kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Commercial Equity. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Commercial Equity.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Lipman Karas Prize for Remedies

    Lipman Karas kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Remedies. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Remedies.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Minter Ellison

    Prize Awarded

    The Minter Ellison Law Prize

    Minter Ellison kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $1,000 per year to the top penultimate year student, to be awarded in their final year.

    Where there are several students with equal marks, the prize is shared. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Nicholls Gervasi

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    The Illa Gervasi Prize for Property Law

    In loving memory of Illa Gervasi, Nicholls Gervasi Lawyers kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the subject Property Law. The prize is awarded by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious students qualifying for the subject Property Law.

    Where there are several students in any one course with equal mark, the prize is shared. Where the subject is offered more than once in a qualifying prizes period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and will be formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Norman Waterhouse

    Prizes Awarded

    The Norman Waterhouse Lawyers Prize for Law of Work

    Norman Waterhouse Lawyers kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for five years, for the highest achiever in the subject Law of Work. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious students qualifying for the subject Law of Work.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall would be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Norman Waterhouse Lawyers Prize for Family Law

    Norman Waterhouse Lawyers kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for five years, for the highest achiever in the subject Law of Work. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious students qualifying for the subject Family Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall would be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • PGC Legal

    Prize Awarded

    The PGC Legal Prize for Alternative Dispute Resolution

    PGC Legal have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for the highest achiever in the course Alternative Dispute Resolution. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the courses Contracts and Property Law.

    Where there are several students in the courses with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the courses are offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the courses are not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Piper Alderman

    Prizes Awarded

    The Piper Alderman Prize for Excellence in Contracts and Property Law

    Piper Alderman have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for the highest achiever in the courses Contracts and Property Law. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the courses Contracts and Property Law.

    Where there are several students in the courses with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the courses are offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the courses are not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Piper Alderman Prize for Excellence in Equity and Corporate Law

    Piper Alderman have kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year for the highest achiever in the courses Equity and Corporate Law. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the courses Equity and Corporate Law.

    Where there are several students in the courses with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the courses are offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the courses are not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Sheahan Lock Partners

    Prizes Awarded

    The Sheahan Lock Partners Award for Excellence in Corporate Insolvency Law

    Sheahan Lock Partners kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $1,000.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Corporate Insolvency Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Corporate Insolvency Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

    The Sheahan Lock Partners Award for Excellence in Personal Insolvency Law

    Sheahan Lock Partners kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $1,000.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Personal Insolvency Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Personal Insolvency Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize is shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize appears on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • South Australian Bar Association

    Prize Awarded

    The South Australian Bar Association Incorporated Prize for Evidence

    Whereas in 1993 The South Australian Bar Association Incorporated agreed to grant annually to the University the sum of $500 for the purpose of founding a prize in the subject Evidence, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be known as "The South Australian Bar Association Incorporated Prize for Evidence".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $500.
    3. Provided that, in the opinion of the examiners, the candidate is of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate or candidates placed highest in the primary assessment for the subject Evidence.
    4. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • The Law Society of South Australia

    Prize Awarded

    The Law Society of South Australia Centenary Prize

    Whereas the Law Society of South Australia, in commemoration of the centenary of the Society in 1979, has agreed to provide an annual prize of $500 to be awarded in recognition of excellence in the study of law, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The Law Society of South Australia Centenary Prize".
    2. The prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who, in qualifying for the Ordinary or Honours degree of Bachelor of Laws, obtains the highest average mark in the Ordinary degree subjects which he/she has presented for his/her degree.
    3. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia Limited

    Prize Awarded

    Thomson Reuters Prize

    The Thomsons Reuters Prize is awarded for the most outstanding performance in a compulsory or elective course and is valued at $200. There are 10 prizes on offer per year, the selection of courses is at the discretion of Thomson Reuters.

Individual Prize Sponsors

  • Hon. David Bleby QC

    Prize Awarded

    The Hon David Bleby QC Prize for Principles of Public Law

    The Honourable David Bleby QC has kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the course Principles of Public Law. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Principles of Public Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Hon. Christopher Legoe QC

    Prize Awarded

    The Hon Christopher Legoe QC Prize for Excellence in Mooting

    The Honourable Christopher Legoe QC has kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the highest achiever in the Mooting courses. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the Mooting courses.

    Where there are several students in the courses with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the courses are offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate(s) overall will be awarded the prize. Where the courses are not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • Ellice Ruth and Horst Lucke

    Prize Awarded

    The Ellice Ruth and Horst Lucke Prize for Comparative Law

    In 2008, Mrs Ellice Ruth Lucke generously offered to endow a prize to the Adelaide Law School by donating $5000, to be invested by the University and the annual interest used to fund a prize for the highest achiever in the undergraduate Bachelor of Laws course Comparative Law.

    In July 2015, Mr Horst Lucke generously donated $1,500 to be added to the capital sum thereby increasing the endowed amount (now including interest accrued) to a total of $10,000.

    The following rules are hereby made:

    1. There shall be a prize named "The Ellice Ruth and Horst Lucke Prize for Comparative Law."
    2. The prize shall be awarded by the Dean of Law to either:
      1. the most meritorious students qualifying for the course Comparative Law; or
      2. the most meritorious student qualifying for an Adelaide Law School Study Tour.
    3. The selection and awarding of the prize shall be at the absolute discretion of the Dean of Law.
    4. The prize extends only to students enrolled in the LLB degree, and precludes full fee paying (course specific) or non-awad students.
    5. The value of each prize will be $500 per year, or such other amount as the University shall from time to time determine provided that the value of the prize does not exceed the annual distribution of interest available from the Endowment Fund.
    6. Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate(s) overall would be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize shall be awarded unless the donor agrees to the substitution of another course.
    7. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and will be formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.
    8. The University may vary the rules from time to time in a manner consistend with the University's legal obligations and policies.

  • Hon. Justice John Perry

    Prize Awarded

    The John Perry Prize for International Law

    Justice Melissa Perry kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School in memory of her late father Justice John Perry. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year, for the student with the best dissertation on International Law in the Bachelor of Law degree. The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law to the student with the best dissertation on International Law in the Bachelor of Law degree.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall would be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

  • NG Rochow SC

    Prize Awarded

    The NG Rochow SC Prize in Freedom of Religion, Belief or Conscience

    NG Rochow SC has kindly offered to donate a prize to the Adelaide Law School. The agreement is to provide a prize of $500.00 per year to the best 5,000 word essay:

    1. the most meritorious students qualifying in a Law and Religion course; or
    2. to a student who completes the best human rights essay on First Nation issues or international human rights law in the Bachelor of Laws Program.

    The prize is awarded by the Adelaide Law School Board of Examiners or executively by the Dean of Law.

    Where there are several students in the course with equal marks, the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prize period, the most meritorious candidate overall will be awarded the prize. Where the course is not offered during the qualifying prize period, no prize is awarded, unless the Donor agrees to the substitution of another course. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Adelaide Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.

Prestigious Prizes & Scholarships

  • Adelaide Law Review Association

    Prize Awarded

    The Adelaide Law Review Association Prize Prize for the Senior Student Editors

    The University of Adelaide offers a prize of $1,000 to the two students completing the Adelaide Law Review course acting as Senior Student Editors.

    1. The prize shall be called "The Adelaide Law Review Association Prize for the Senior Student Editors".
    2. The prizes shall be awarded annually to the two students completing the Adelaide Law Review course selected to act as Senior Student Editors by the Editors in Chief of the Adelaide Law Review.
    3. The value of the prize will be $1,000 awarded directoy to the qualifying students
    4. In the event that the Editors select more than two Senior Student Editors in any one year, the total annual prize expenditure shall be divided equally between the students.
    5. These rules may be varied from time to time, but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Angas Parsons Prize

    The Angas Parsons Prize

    Whereas the late Honourable Sir Herbert Angas Parsons, K.B.E., LL.B., from 1921 until his retirement in 1945 one of His Majesty's Judges of the Supreme Court of South Australia, a graduate of the University, a member of the Council from 1915 , Warden of the Senate from 1927 and Vice-Chancellor from 1942 until his death in 1945, has bequeathed to the University the sum of one thousand pounds; in commemoration of Sir Angas Parsons' services to the University and in order to encourage the advanced study of law, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. There shall be a prize called "The Angas Parsons Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $900.
    3. Provided there is a candidate of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who is considered by the examiners to be the most meritorious of those qualifying for the Honours degree of Bachelor of Laws.
    4. These rules may by varied from time to time, but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Baker Scholarship in Law

    The Baker Scholarship in Law

    Whereas Robert Colley Baker, Esquire, B.A., has paid the University the sum of five thousand pounds for the advancement of the study of law and for the purpose of founding a scholarship in memory of his father, the Honourable Sir Richard Chaffey Baker, K.C.M.G., K.C., M.A., and of his brother, John Richard Baker, Esquire, B.A., LL.B., the following rules are hereby made:

    1. Two scholarships are available and shall be known as "The Baker Scholarship in Law".
    2. The value of each scholarship shall be $5,000 and shall be awarded annually to a candidate who satisfies the conditions of these rules and who is recommended for such an award by the Faculty.
    3. If the Faculty shall not consider any candidate worthy of the award, no award shall be made.
    4. Each recipient of the scholarship shall be styled "The Baker Scholar" and shall, with a view to presenting a thesis for either the degree of Masters of Laws or Doctor of Philosophy, be pursuing a full time course of study approved by the Faculty of Law.
    5. A candidate for the scholarship must have been admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Laws at The University of Adelaide.
    6. Payment of the scholarship shall be made in equal quarterly instalments. The last payment may, at the discretion of the Faculty, be withheld until the scholar has submitted his/her thesis.
    7. The scholarship shall not be awarded twice to the same person.
    8. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the scholarship shall not he changed.
  • Bonython Prize

    The Bonython Prize

    In consideration of the endowment by the Honourable Sir John Langdon Bonython, K.C.M.G., of the Chair of Law at The University of Adelaide, and in order better to perpetuate his memory, as well as to encourage original contributions to the Science of Law the Council decided to found a prize, whereby the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The Bonython Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall not exceed $1,500.
    3. The prize shall be awarded to such a candidate who, in the opinion of the Faculty of Law, shall have written the best original thesis on any legal subject approved by the Faculty which is, in the opinion of the examiners, of sufficient merit.
    4. The prize may be awarded to the author of any book on any legal subject published prior to and within 18 months of the submitting of the thesis, providing that the other conditions of the prize have been fulfilled.
    5. Where, in the opinion of the examiners, two or more theses shall be considered of equal merit, the prize shall be awarded for the thesis the subject matter of which is deemed by the examiners to be of greater interest or use from the point of view of the law of the Commonwealth or of South Australia.
    6. No thesis submitted for competition shall have been previously submitted for any competition or prize at The University of Adelaide or elsewhere.
    7. Candidates must have qualified for the Bachelor of Laws degree at The University of Adelaide.
    8. If any thesis be considered by the examiners sufficiently meritorious to qualify for the prize, but inferior to another thesis submitted at the same competition, the thesis may be resubmitted (subject to rule 4) at a subsequent competition but may be awarded the prize only if no other thesis of sufficient merit to qualify for the prize is submitted for the first time at such subsequent competition.
    9. The prize shall not be awarded twice to the same candidate.
    10. A typewritten or printed copy of the thesis shall be deposited by the candidate in the Law Library, but shall be made available to them for a period of one month, or for such period that the Faculty will allow, if the candidate wishes to publish the thesis. In this case the University shall have no rights in respect of the thesis so published, but a copy shall be presented by the candidate to the Faculty.
    11. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • David Murray Prize

    The David Murray Prize in Law

    Whereas the late David Murray has bequeathed the sum of two thousand pounds to The University of Adelaide for the purpose of founding scholarships and whereas the said sum has been paid to the University to be used and administered by it in fulfilment of such intention, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The David Murray Prize in Law".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $900 per year, or such other amount as the University shall from time to time determine.
    3. The purpose of the prize shall be to encourage advanced work and original investigation.
    4. The prize shall be awarded by the University annually to a candidate for the Honours degree of Bachelor of Laws who has demonstrated an ability to undertake advanced work and original investigation.
    5. The value of the prize shall be paide to the prize winner on receipt by the Dean of evidence that the scholar has entered upon postgraduate or research study in law at the University of Adelaide.
    6. The Adelaide Law School Prizes Committee will determine the recipient of the prize on advice from the Course Coordinator of Dissertations (UG) or the Honours Program (whichever is applicable in the relevant year).
    7. If there is no candidate of sufficient merit in a given year then the prize will not be awarded in that year and the money will be used in subsequent years.
    8. If there is more than one candidate of equal merit, then the prize shall be shared.
    9. These rules may be varied from time to time in a manner consistent with the original objectives of the prize.
  • Dean's Certificates

    Dean's Certificate

    A Dean's Certificate is awarded to recognise the most meritorious student in every Law course offered. This is a non-monetary prize. In 2005, the Law Students' Society lobbied that Dean's Certificates be recorded on student transcripts. This agreement was not retrospective. A Dean's Certificate is awarded in those courses not recognised by another prize.

  • Frederick Penoyre Adams Prize

    The Frederick Penoyre Adams Prize

    Whereas the late Mrs Marjorie Wymark has bequeathed to the University the sum of $4,000 for the purpose of establishing a prize for the best overall academic performance by a student in the subjects Foundations of Law and Contracts, the following rules are hereby made:

    • The prize shall be called "The Frederick Penoyre Adams Prize".
    • The value of the prize shall be $850.
    • Provided that, in the opinion of the examiners, the candidate is of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who obtains the highest aggregate mark in the subjects of Foundations of Law and Contracts when completed concurrently.
    • Where two or more candidates are of equal merit, the prize shall be shared equally.
    • These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • John Bray Law Alumni Network Prize

    The John Bray Law Alumni Network Prize

    Whereas the John Bray Law Alumni Network has offered to donate an annual prize of $500, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The John Bray Law Alumni Network Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $500.
    3. The prize shall be awarded annually to the student the highest achiever in the course Foundations ofLaw. The prize is awarded by the Law School Board or executively by the Dean of Law to the most meritorious student qualifying for the course Foundations of Law.
    4. Where there are several students in the course with equal marks the prize shall be shared. Where the course is offered more than once in a qualifying prizes period, the most meritorious candidate overall is awarded the prize. Where the subject is not offered during the qualifying prizes period, no prize is awarded.
    5. The prize will appear on academic transcripts, and is formally recognised at the annual Law School Prize Giving Ceremony.
  • Justin Skipper Prize

    The Justin Skipper Prize

    Whereas Stanley Herbert and Kathleen Elizabeth Skipper have give the sum of $200 for the purpose of founding a prize in memory of their son, Captain Justin Way Skipper, late 2/27th Battalion, A.I.F, sometime student of law in this University, who was killed in action at Gona, New Guinea, on 29 November, 1942, it is hereby provided that:

    1. The prize shall be known as "The Justin Skipper Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $200.
    3. The prize shall be available for award annually to a student in the Faculty of Law or a graduate in law.
    4. Selection shall be made from those students who, at the end of their Bachelor of Laws course, have obtained High Distinctions or Distinctions in at least two subjects in the course.
    5. Provided that, in the opinion of the Faculty of Law, the candidate is of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded to the student who has taken the most active and effective part in the general activities of student life within the University during the whole of his/her course.
    6. In the case of substantial equality under rule 5, preference shall be given to a student who has shown particular ability in the subjects undertaken for their undergraduate course. If the candidates cannot then be separated the prize may be shared.
    7. Any student who wishes to be considered for the prize may make an application for the prize within one month of the publication of the results of the annual examinations. Any student under consideration for the prize may be required to give details of his/her general activities in student life within the University.
    8. No award shall be made unless the Faculty is satisfied that there is a student worthy thereof.
    9. The prize may not be awarded more than once to the same person.
    10. If in any year a prize is not awarded, it may be awarded in a subsequent year as an additional prize should there be a candidate of sufficient merit.
    11. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Law Society of South Australia Centenary Prize

    The Law Society of South Australia Centenary Prize

    Whereas the Law Society of South Australia, in commemoration of the centenary of the Society in 1979, has agreed to provide an annual prize of $500 to be awarded in recognition of excellence in the study of law, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The Law Society of South Australia Centenary Prize".
    2. The prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who, in qualifying for the Ordinary or Honours degree of Bachelor of Laws, obtains the highest average mark in the Ordinary degree subjects which he/she has presented for his/her degree.
    3. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • MF and PJ Manetta Prize

    The M.F. and P.J. Manetta Prize

    Whereas in 1988 M.F. and P.J. Manetta endowed the Faculty of Law with $2,500 for the purpose of founding a prize in law, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The M.F. and P.J. Manetta Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall be an amount not less than 6% of the initial capital.
    3. The prize shall be awarded to the candidate for the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws, who in the opinion of the Honours Committee of the Faculty of Law, submits the most original thesis.
    4. The most original thesis may be, but will not necessarily be, the thesis gaining the highest mark for the relevant year.
    5. No award shall be made unless the Faculty is satisfied that there is a thesis worthy of the prize.
    6. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Mooting Prize for the Best Moot Team

    The Mooting Prize for the Best Moot Team

    The University of Adelaide offers a prize of $1,000 for a competition in Moots.

    Originally, an amount of $50 was provided to the University of Adelaide in 1972 by The South Australian Bar Association for a prize for a competition in moots.

    1. The prize shall be called "The Mooting Prize for the Best Moot Team".
    2. The prize shall be awarded annually to the team that participated in mooting competitions organised by the Adelaide Law School. The mooting coordinators shall provide nominations each year to the Prizes Committee for consideration.
    3. The Adelaide Law School Prizes Committee will determine the recipients of the prize on advice from the mooting coordinators.
    4. The value of the prize will be $1,000 per annum which shall be shared equally among the qualifying students.
    5. These rules may be varied from time to time, but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Nyland and Caruso Prize

    The Nyland and Caruso Prize for Meritorious Performance in the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice

    The prize was established by donations from the Hon Margaret Nyland AM and Mr David Caruso.

    The number and value of prizes awarded in any one year will be at the discretion of the selection panel.

    1. The prize shall be called "The Nyland and Caruso Prize for meritorious performance in the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice".
    2. The value of the prize per recipient will be no more than $1,500, there will be no more than 3 recipients in any year and the total value of the prizes will be no more than $1,500, or such other amount as the University shall determine.
    3. Any student wishing to be considered for the prize must be a graduate of the Adelaide Law School, be enrolled in at least 12 units of the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice in the year in whey they apply, have successfully completed the Foundations of the GDLP (or equivalent) and one other GDLP course and must not have previously been awarded this prize.
    4. Applicants must submit a written application demonstrating sufficient academic merit and one or more of the other selection criteria (refer point 6).
    5. The selection of successful candidate(s) will be at the absolute discretion of the selection panel.
    6. Particular regard will be given to applicants who demonstrate financial need, be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, be from a cultural background under-represented in the legal profession in South Australia, or have a disability.
    7. If there is no candidate of sufficient merit in any given year the prize will not be awarded. If there is more than one candidate of sufficient merit, multiple prizes may be awarded.
    8. The University may vary the rules from time to time in a manner consistent with the University's legal obligations and policies.
  • Roy Frisby Smith Prize

    The Roy Frisby Smith Prize

    Whereas Mrs Margaret Casley Smith and her son John Royle Casley Smith have given to the University the sum of $2,000 to establish in memory of the late Roy Frisby Smith a prize in law and in particular in company law or, in the event of such prize not being awarded in any year, otherwise to further and encourage the study of company law in the University the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The Roy Frisby Smith Prize".
    2. The value of such a prize shall be $600.
    3. The prize shall be awarded annually to the student who, in the annual examination in the subject Associations, or in such other subject as may from time to time in the opinion of the Faculty of Law require the advanced knowledge of company law, is awarded the highest marks.
    4. No prize shall be awarded unless the said student shall have been awarded at least a distinction in that subject.
    5. Should the prize be not awarded in any year the Faculty of Law may authorise the expenditure of a sum not greater than that offered for award as a prize in that year, for any purpose or purposes which will best further and encourage the study and advancement of company law in the University.
    6. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • RW Bennett Prizes

    The R.W. Bennett Prizes

    Whereas the late Richard William Bennett, K.C., LL.B., bequeathed the sum of $1,000 to the University for the purpose of establishing prizes and a medal for students in the Faculty of Law, the following rules are hereby made:

    • There shall be two annual prizes to be called "The R.W. Bennett Prize".
    • The value of each prize shall be $190 or, at the option of the prize winner, of books to be selected by him/her of that value.
    • The prizes shall be awarded to candidates who pass with high distinction or distinction in any subject for the Ordinary degree of Bachelor of Laws and who are recommended by the Board of Examiners, provided that in each case the Board is of the opinion that the candidate's performance in the subject is of exceptional merit.
    • If more than two candidates qualify to be considered for the prize, the Board of Examiners shall make its recommendation on the basis of the comparative merits of the High Distinctions or Distinctions concerned.
    • No candidate shall be awarded more than one prize in any year.
    • These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • RW Bennett Medal and Scholar

    The R.W. Bennett Medal and Scholar

    A candidate who has been awarded three R.W. Bennett Prizes shall receive a bronze medal and shall be styled "R.W. Bennett Scholar".

  • Stow Prizes

    The Stow Prizes

    Whereas a sum of five hundred pounds was subscribed with the intention of founding prizes in memory of the late Isham Stow, sometime one of the Justices of Her Majesty's Supreme Court of this Province, and whereas the said sum was paid to the University for the purpose of establishing prizes the following rules are hereby made:

    1. There shall be annual prizes to be called "The Stow Prizes".
    2. The value of each prize shall be $80 or, at the option of the prize winner, books to be selected by him/her to the same value.
    3. A Stow Prize may be awarded to any candidate for the LL.B. degree who, at any final examination, in the opinion of the Board of Examiners, shall be shown exceptional merit in not less than two subjects.
    4. Not more than four Stow Prizes may be awarded in any one year.
    5. Where two or more candidates are of equal merit a prize, or prizes, shall be shared equally.
    6. These rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
  • Stow Scholar

    The Stow Scholar

    A candidate who has been awarded three Stow Prizes shall receive a gold medal and shall be styled "Stow Scholar".

  • Thomas Gepp Prize

    The Thomas Gepp Prize

    Whereas the late Florence May Pontt has bequeathed to the University the sum of $400 for the purpose of founding a prize in memory of her late father, Thomas Gepp, the following rules are hereby made:

    1. The prize shall be called "The Thomas Gepp Prize".
    2. The value of the prize shall be $450.
    3. Provided that, in the opinion of the examiners, the candidate is of sufficient merit, the prize shall be awarded annually to the student placed first in the final examination in International Law.
    4. The prize shall be awarded in money or in books, as the successful candidate may determine.
    5. If two or more candidates are placed equal in the final examination the work of each such candidate during the final year shall be taken into consideration in awarding the prize.
    6. The prize shall not be awarded twice to the same person.
    7. Subject to the terms of the bequest these rules may be varied from time to time but the title and general purpose of the prize shall not be changed.
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