Essay Competitions

Governor-General’s Prize

The Governor-General’s Prize is an essay competition open to all students enrolled in an undergraduate degree at an Australian University and studying in Australia.

Each year, the judging panel for the Governor-General’s Prize is chaired by a Justice of the High Court of Australia and includes prominent academics and community leaders.

The total prize money is $10,000.


Adelaide GDLP Future of the Legal Profession Short Essay Competition.

Answering the question “How an application or an existing/emerging technology will assist in providing effective and efficient legal services.”

https://issuu.com/lawsocietysa/docs/lsb_february_2020_digital_h

2020 Vanessa Huchens ‘How ‘FloatLegal’ will assist in providing effective and efficient legal services and improve access to justice'.