This is to encourage postgraduate study in any one or more of constitutional law, administrative law, commercial law, legal history, law reform and comparative law.
The Honourable Justice Tom Gray and the late Honourable Dr Howard E Zelling, AO, CBE have donated funds to the University to encourage postgraduate study in any one or more of constitutional law, administrative law, commercial law, legal history, law reform and comparative law. The University of Adelaide and The Law Foundation of South Australia have agreed to supplement the Zelling and Gray contributions, allowing the University of Adelaide to offer a scholarship to support a student studying towards a Doctor of Philosophy in Law.
Applicants must be undertaking study in one of the above discipline areas on a full-time basis, hold a good Honours degree (or equivalent) and be acceptable for candidature at the University of Adelaide.
The awards are subject to funding availability and suitability of applicants and the University reserves the right not to offer an award in any year.
Value: The value of the scholarships will be determined on a case by case basis, but they are normally valued at $5000 per annum and are paid as a supplementary scholarship to a major award.
To Apply: The awards are allocated as part of the Major Round of scholarship applications. Applicants who apply for an Research Training Program Scholarship in a relevant discipline area will be automatically considered
See the Applications Rounds page for Major Round application dates.
Apply using the online application form.