USQ Student Academic Achievement Prizes
The Ipswich District Law Association Prize
Awarded to the highest achieving Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor graduate from the Ipswich campus. The awardee is the graduate with the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) in the year, who had completed at least 16 courses at the Springfield campus.
The Munro Legal Indigenous Law Student Excellence Award
Awarded to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student in the Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor program who - in the opinion of the Head of the School of Law and Justice and the Head of the College of Indigenous Studies, Education and Research - has best demonstrated academic excellence and a meaningful contribution to the community. The student's Grade Point Average (GPA) or improvement in GPA is taken into account when making the award, as is their contribution to the community. This includes a contribution to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander communities, University student associations, community service organisations or religious organisations.
Prize: $1,000 in cash and an internship with Munro Legal (Toowoomba) for up to three months
Generously donated by Munro Legal
USQ Law Society Championship Moot Competition Prizes
The Wonderley & Hall Prizes
Awarded to the members of the two teams that compete in the final of the USQ Law Society Championship Moot Competition.
Prize for winning team: $1,000 in cash
Prize for runners-up: $500 in cash
Generously donated by Wonderley & Hall Solicitors, Toowoomba
USQ Secondary Schools Moot Competition Prizes
The Best Wilson Buckley Family Law Advocate Prize
Awarded to the student who, in the Grand Final of the USQ Secondary Schools Moot Competition, is regarded by the judging panel as the single best advocate in the final.
Prize: $2,000 in cash
Generously donated by Best Wilson Buckley Family Law
The Turner Freeman Lawyers Prize
Awarded to all members of the winning team in the Grand Final of the USQ Secondary Schools Moot Competition.
Prize: $1,500 in cash
Generously donated by Turner Freeman Lawyers
USQ students may also be eligible to apply for additional Scholarships.
Family Law Practitioners Association of Queensland - Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize - Family Law
As a family law student, your academic career shapes not only your path within the legal community, but also shapes our culture and environment, as well as those of future generations. No one believes this more than USQ School of Law and Justice and Family Law Practitioners Association of Queensland (FLPA).
Established in 1978, FLPA’s goal was to promote reform in family law and related legislation. Today it is Queensland’s leading industry body representing those who work in family law, including not only solicitors and barristers, but also social workers, psychologists and members of the judiciary (among many other associated fields).
$1000 Cash Prize
At the end of each semester offering of LAW3421, the student (on campus / external) with the highest overall mark will receive a $1000 cash prize donated by FLPA. In the instance where more than one student has the highest overall mark, the prize will be split among the students equally and equitably.
All full-time students are offered free membership to FLPA and therefore, an opportunity to participate in learning and social events (hosted several times per year). For more information visit www.flpa.org.au/contact.