Krishnan Eesvan - BCom/LLB(Hons)
“The teaching I received at Auckland was simply world class. I learned something of what the law is, and a whole lot about how to think like a lawyer.”
“As I’ve found out after clerking for the Chief Justice, wrestling with real life legal puzzles makes you grateful for what you learned at law school. The teaching I received at Auckland was simply world class. I learned something of what the law is, and a whole lot about how to think like a lawyer. There were also many opportunities outside of the classroom to grow as a future lawyer. I volunteered on the Zaoui case and co-founded The Equal Justice Project, Auckland’s first student-run pro bono programme.”
Krishnan received the 2005 Senior Scholarship in Law - a prize awarded to the top 3 graduates at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law. In addition, he won the Brookfields Lawyers Scholarship, Bank of New Zealand Undergraduate Scholarship and Freemasons University Scholarship in 2005. He was also part of the championship business school team sent by the University of Auckland to the Global Business Challenge - a prestigious business skills competition held in Seattle, Washington (USA) in 2004.
In 2006 Krishnan was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University.