ACT Human Rights Commission Prize for International Law of Human Rights

Each year the ANU College of Law may offer one award known as the ACT Human Rights Commission Prize for International Law of Human Rights ('The Award').

Offered by ANU College of Law

Overview

The objective of the prize is to recognise the student(s) who has demonstrated a high level of academic excellence through being awarded the highest result in LAWS4225 International Law of Human Rights.

The value of the prize/s awarded is $500. If two or more students achieve the same top mark, the prize awarded in that year shall be divided equally between them.

The prize will be on offer annually unless otherwise advised.

Funding for this prize has been provided by the ACT Human Rights Commission.

 

Previous winners

Year Name
2020 Claire Gay
2019 Tom Buytaert
2018 Jessica Elliott
2017 Hannah Cameron
2016 Daniel McKay
2015 Adelajda Soltysik
2015 Kamilya Nelson
2014 Muhammad Suraidi
2013 Kirsty Anantharajah
2012 Sonia Loudon
2011 Adelaide Rief
2011 Samuel Blanch
2010 Annette Cotterill (Inaugural award)
2010 Hugh Pennicook (Inaugural award)