Marylyn Eve Mayo Endowment Scholarship


About the scholarship

Application status: Not currently open for applications
Applicable study: Part III Undergraduate Law
Opening date: 6 July
Closing date: 17 August
Tenure: 1 year
For: Assistance
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: Annually
Value: Up to $4,000

The Scholarship was established in 2001 and is funded by Marylyn Mayo who graduated BA/LLB from The University of Auckland’s School of Law in 1960 before moving to Queensland, Australia. From 1969 on, Marylyn taught in Northern Queensland, briefly at the University of Queensland’s Law School, then as founding head of the Department of Law at James Cook University in Townsville.Marylyn Mayo died in November 2002. Her husband John Mayo has continued to take an interest in the awarding of the Scholarship.

Regulations

How to apply

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