Prizes in UNSW Law

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

Law prizes are awarded only to students enrolled in the LLB or Jurisprudence programs.

The Allens Prize (L2K62A)

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

The Ashurst Prize (C0920A)

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

The Baker & McKenzie Prize (L2K64A)

For the best performing student in Stage 4 of the Combined Law program.

The Banki Haddock Fiora Prize (L2K60A)

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

The Bird & Bird Prize (L2K63A)

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

The Dean's List (L2K608)

For outstanding achievement in a course.

Dixon Family Indigenous Law prize (L2K620)

For the best performing student in the Indigenous Pre-Law Program.

The Herbert Smith Freehills Prize (L0034A)

For the best performing student in Stage 3 of the Combined Law program.

The Juris Doctor Medal (L2K60I)

For the top performing Juris Doctor student graduating each semester.

The Law Society Prize (L0027A)

For the best performing student in Stage 1 of the Combined Law program.

The Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Prize (L2K61A)

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

The Minter Ellison Prize (L0033A)

For the best performing student in Stage 5 of the Combined Law program.

The Undergraduate Valedictorian (L2K61I)

For academic excellence and significant contribution to the life of the Law School

The Juris Doctor Valedictorian (L2K62I)

For academic excellence and significant contribution to the life of the Law School