This page lists all prizes awarded by the Faculty of Law & Justice.

The Dean's List (L2K608)

For outstanding achievement in a course.
*For courses offered multiple times a year, only the best performing student across all term offerings of the course in the given year will receive the award.

The Allens Prize (L2K62A)

For the best performance in Stage 1 of the Juris Doctor program.

  • $1000

The Ashurst Prize (C0920A)

For the best performance in Stage 2 of the Bachelor of Laws program.

  • $1000

The Baker & McKenzie Prize (L2K64A)

For the best performance in Stage 4 of the Bachelor of Laws program.

  • $1000

The Banki Haddock Fiora Prize in Graduate Law (L2K60A)

For the best performance in Stage 2 of the Juris Doctor program.

  • $1000

The Bird & Bird Prize (L2K63A)

For the best performance in Stage 3 of the Juris Doctor program.

  • $1000

The Dixon Family Prize in Law (L2K620)

For the best Stage 1 Bachelor of Laws student who has completed the Indigenous Pre-Law program.

  • $1000

The Herbert Smith Freehills Prize (L0034A)

For the best performance in Stage 3 of the Bachelor of Laws program.

  • $1000

The Judge Ralph J Perdriau Prize (L2K65E)

For the best performance in workplace-related law.

  • $4000

The Juris Doctor Medal (L2K60I)

For the top-performing Juris Doctor student graduating each term.

The Law Society of New South Wales Prize (L0027A)

For the best performance in Stage 1 of the Bachelor of Laws program.

  • $1000

The Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Prize (L2K61A)

For the best performing student across all postgraduate programs in the Law School.

  • $1000

The Minter Ellison Prize (L0033A)

For the best performance in Stage 5 of the Bachelor of Laws program.

  • $1000

The School of Law, Society and Criminology Prize - 1 (T6K51E)

For the best performance in Criminology.

  • $1000

The School of Law, Society and Criminology Prize - 2 (T6K50E)

For the best performance in the Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

  • $2000

 

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