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Equity and excellence are core values of the Faculty of Law. From the start of the first classes in 1977, UTS:Law has enabled talented students to access legal education and excel in professional careers. Scholarships and prizes are an investment in the future of legal professionals. Your support makes a critical difference in the lives of UTS:Law students, by providing them with financial assistance and confidence in their abilities.
The Equity Fund is a meaningful way to help excellent students with demonstrated financial need thrive at UTS:Law. The inaugural recipient of the multi-year equity scholarship, Alison Whittaker, was named the 2015 National Indigenous Law Student by the Commonwealth Government. The generous support of donors large and small ensures that we can continue to impact the lives of students like Alison.
Named scholarship opportunities are available commencing at $5,000 per annum for a three-year commitment, tailoring the scholarship’s focus to support your passions and beliefs.
Prizes recognise student excellence, ranging in value from $1,000 for corporate donors and $500 for individuals and community groups.
To discuss how the Faculty of Law can support your philanthropic interests, please contact:
Todd St Vrain
Phone: +61 2 9514 8105
Despite being outlawed nearly 150 years ago, slavery still affects over 21 million people around the world – including right here in Australia.
Anti-Slavery Australia is the only specialist research centre with extensive experience working directly with survivors of slavery, trafficking, forced labour and forced marriage in Australia.
You can be part of the vital work of Anti-Slavery Australia by giving generously to promote freedom and opportunity for exploited people. Individuals, businesses and community groups can support our work through in-kind donations, volunteering and secondments, or simply through direct donations.
You can make a tax deductable donation towards the important work of Anti-Slavery Australia here.
AustLII provides free access to public legal information for everyone, irrespective of their means. This supports the effective functioning of the rule of law, and provides essential legal information that benefits the community. AustLII does not sell advertising or seek user access subscriptions because they are inconsistent with our commitment to free access. AustLII relies on the support of its users to provide the essential funding to maintain the human resources, technical capacity and computing infrastructure to keep AustLII on line. It takes approximately $1 million dollars per year to maintain the free-access electronic library. The legal profession, business and industry, courts and tribunals, government agencies, educational institutions and the general community all make contributions to support AustLII.
The AustLII Foundation Limited, a not-for-profit company with charitable Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status, maintains our Australian services. This means that all contributions to AustLII (over $2) are tax deductible.
For more information read our Case for Support.
To support AustLII make a contribution.