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Blackstone Waterhouse Lawyers Prize


$250 + certificate





This prize is sponsored by law firm Blackstone Waterhouse.

Blackstone Waterhouse is a fast-growing and dynamic law firm, composed of recognised individual leaders in their fields of expertise, which include: commercial dispute resolution, construction, corporate and commercial, environment and planning, general counsel, insolvency, insurance and corporate risk, international business, international trade and transport, property and infrastructure and sports law.

Blackstone Waterhouse has come together from top tier backgrounds to create a new kind of law firm. They aim to provide local and international clients with the best possible advice and service. The firm sponsors the award for Environmental Law as its managing partner, Danny Arraj, specialises in environment and planning.

The Blackstone Waterhouse Lawyers Prize recognises the best performing student in subject 76024 Environmental Law.

Please read the Conditions of Award for the full details of the Prize.

Who is eligible?

Students enrolled in a UTS award course who receive a result in subject 76024 Environmental Law in the academic year for which the prize is being awarded.

Selection process

The prize will be awarded to the student with the highest final mark in subject 76024 Environmental Law in the relevant academic year .

In the event that two or more eligible students have the same highest final mark, the following criteria will be considered:

  • Performance in subject 76024 Environmental Law outside of formal assessment that demonstrates mastery of and engagement in the subject;
  • Whether the student has previously attempted subject 76024 Environmental Law;
  • Overall academic performance in the student’s award course, including GPA, whether the student has failed other subjects, received academic cautions or had a finding of misconduct against them.

Need more information? Contact...

Eleanor Tong
Advancement Coordinator
Faculty of Law
Phone: +61 2 9514 4589

Other information

Previously Arraj Lawyers Prize