Awards

The Student Awards Committee deals with Law Society awards for Articled Students-At-Law. These are the Hunt Award, the Penney Award, the William J. Browne Scholarship, the Maxwell J. Pratt Scholarship, The Provincial Court Judges’ Association Award and the Spracklin Award.

These awards are presented annually at the Law Society Dinner and Dance.

The Hunt Award

Presented to the Student-at-Law who receives the highest overall average mark in the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bar Admission Course.

The Penney Award

Presented to the Student-at-Law achieving the highest mark in the Family Law Examination of the Bar Admission Course.

The William J. Browne Scholarship

Presented to a Student-at-Law who has submitted the winning research essay on a legal issue of current public concern.

The Maxwell J. Pratt Scholarship

Based on academic performance and is presented to a Student-at-Law who is a graduate of Memorial University of Newfoundland and a student at Dalhousie Law School.

The Provincial Court Judges’ Association Award

Presented to the Student-at-Law achieving the highest mark in the Criminal Law Examination of the Bar Admission Course.

The Spracklin Award

Presented to the Student-at-Law achieving the highest mark in the Real Estate/Wills Examination of the Bar Admission Course.