Prizes and awards for excellence available to Auckland Law School students.
University administered prizes
A list of available University of Auckland prizes available to Auckland Law school students, including requirements for eligibility and regulations is available at Faculty of Law prizes.
Please note that not all prizes are awarded annually.
Externally administered prizes and awards
Banking and Financial Services Law Assn Ltd Research Prizes
Research essay on important issues of current banking and financial services law and practice relevant to Australia and/or New Zealand. Closes in June.
For detailed information, visit BFSLA - Research Prizes.
FWW Rhodes Memorial Scholarship
Former Auckland Grammar School pupils seeking to pursue postgraduate studies overseas. Applications close 30 November.
Enquiries to the Board Secretary, Auckland Grammar School.
Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc Prize
Any student who writes an unpublished essay of between 5,000 – 10,000 words in length displaying original thinking in an area of intellectual property of the author’s choice.AUD $5,000 plus complimentary attendance at the IPSANZ Annual Conference, including accommodation and airfares.
Applications close 1 May. Enquiries to IPSANZ, GPO Box 2491, Melbourne Vic 3001.
Kiely Thompson Caisley Employment Law Prize
Winner of the Employment Law Moot held in conjunction with LAWPUBL 425 Employment Law. Value $1000.
Legal Research Foundation Unpublished Undergraduate Student Paper Award
Best unpublished paper, article or dissertation. $1,000 plus a two-year membership to the LRF and a year’s subscription to the New Zealand Law Review.
For detailed information, visit Legal Research Foundation Writing Awards.
Loman Friedlander Award
To reward an original paper on any subject falling within the general area of Intellectual Property Law (patents, trade marks, registered designs, copyright).
For detailed information, visit NZIPA - Loman Friedlander Award.
Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Internships
Available to students in Part II LLB.
For detailed information, visit Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Internships.
Resource Management Law Association Graduate Scholarship
The scholarship is open to any graduate student in a University (New Zealand or Overseas) registered for a Masters (including an undergraduate Honours degree involving advanced levels of research and study at Masters degree level).
For detailed information, visit RMLA Scholarships.