Daniel McCluskey Social Justice Prize

This scholarship is awarded to a graduate law student who has demonstrated an involvement in social justice, human rights, equality, or a related area. Both Australian and international students are encouraged to apply for this scholarship.

Applications open

1 Feb 2023

Last day for applications

8 Mar 2023
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Application type

Application required
How to apply

Benefit type

Single payment
Full benefit details

Citizenship requirements

Australian / domestic student
International student

Total value

at least $2,000

Applicable study areas

Law, legal studies and criminology

Number of scholarships awarded

At least 1

  • Eligibility & selection criteria

    Eligibility

    To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:

    • Be a domestic or international student
    • Be a enrolled in the Melbourne JD at Melbourne Law School
    • demonstrate an involvement in social justice, human rights, equality, or a related area, in a professional, volunteer, or academic setting.

    Selection criteria

  • Application process

    Applicants must submit an application with Melbourne Law School during the application period:

    Apply with MLS

    Only one application is required - applicants do not need to submit individual applications for each available scholarship.

  • When will I know the outcome?

    Students will receive their outcome approximately one month after closing of applications.

What are the benefits?

A single payment of $2000.

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