Issue 9
Monday, 06 June 2016
Charles Darwin University
E-news

Law students court prizes

Undergraduate and postgraduate law students have received awards acknowledging their outstanding academic achievements during the CDU School of Law Prize Giving Ceremony.

A total of 36 awards, including two prestigious medals, were given to students at the recent ceremony, held at the Supreme Court of the NT in Darwin.

CDU Head of the School of Law Professor Ned Aughterson was master of ceremonies, and special guests who presented awards to students included the Honourable Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the NT Stephen Southwood, NT Attorney General the Honourable John Elferink MLA, NT Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Deputy Director Jack Karczewski QC, and CDU Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Law, Education, Business and Arts Professor Peter Kell.

CDU Head of the School of Law Professor Ned Aughterson addresses the audience during the ceremony.
NT Attorney General, The Honourable John Elferink MLA presents the Attorney General Medal to law student Adeline Tran.
Honourable Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the NT, Stephen Southwood presents the Supreme Court Medal to student Ann-Marie Najjarin.
CDU Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Law, Education, Business and Arts Professor Peter Kell presents the Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Constitutional Law to student Thomas Salter.
Professor Peter Kell presents the Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Constitutional Trusts to student Jane Pitt.
NT Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Deputy Director, Jack Karczewski QC presents the Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Practical Advocacy to student Alison O’Neill.
From left: CDU law lecturer Ros Vickers and Marietta Gunn.
Professor Ned Aughterson, Irina Harbeck, CDU Associate Professor David Price, Professor Peter Kell and Law Society NT Chief Executive Officer Megan Lawton.
Jack Karczewski QC, George Roussos, business law lecturer Jeswynn Yogaratnam and Professor Ned Aughterson.