Marylyn Mayo Medal for the Bachelor of Laws with Honours

History of the prize

This prize was founded in 1994 by the late Mrs Marylyn Mayo, foundation member and senior lecturer in the then Department of Law and supported by her donation. The prize is awarded to the student who, being a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Laws with Honours, attains the highest mark in the research assignment required for the award of the degree.

Donor

Marylyn Mayo Medal

Prize Information

Awarded to the graduating Bachelor of Laws (Honours) student who attains the highest mark in the research assignment required for the award of the degree.

A commemorative medal

2021 - Karyna Hansen

2020 - Emma Louise Haythorpe & Teagan Renee Sloane

2019 - Mitchell Isaac Colin Locke

2018 - Jack Gilbert Middleton

2017 - Toni Michelle Millar