(left to right) Bronte Newcombe, Sarah Dennis, Kent Olive
Slater and Gordon Group have donated $1,500 to the highest achieving law students from University of the Sunshine Coast, recognising their outstanding academic results.
Slater and Gordon Lawyer Sarah Dennis presented the donation at the Sunshine Coast Awards Night and congratulated the students on their outstanding efforts.
“Slater and Gordon Group are proud to provide support to excelling students to reward their high academic achievements,” Ms Dennis said.
“Many students go above and beyond during their studies, going that extra mile to ensure they are getting the most out of the opportunities available to them.
“The time and effort that they put into their studies should be commended and exemplified for future students to aspire to.”
Ms Dennis said the 2016 recipients had exceeded expectation and were sure to have prosperous futures ahead of them.
“The two winners were awarded high distinctions in their respective subjects, one scoring a flawless 100% overall,” Ms Dennis said.
“They have both set extremely high standards for their classmates and on behalf of the Slater and Gordon Group, I would like to wish them all the best through their future study and career.”
Each year the Slater and Gordon Group sponsor the Legal Awards, donating two prizes valued at $750 each to two of the highest achieving students.
On Friday 11th July, we held our sixth annual wine symposium at the Innovation Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast. We had 300 guests in attendance along with20 wine makers and or representatives showcasing their wines on the night. The event was a great success with many of our guests commenting on the exceptional quality of wines they tasted. A huge thank you to Mask Events, Ginger Blue, Mick Agars, Barry Alsoop, Sunshine Carriages, Bragg Signs, Perry’s Hire, and all staff involved the Innovation Centre. More photos can be found on our Facebook page Wine Symposium Album.
On Tuesday 8th April, the University of the Sunshine Coast held their annual Arts and Business Awards Ceremony. Each year we (STOLAW) sponsor the awards by offering a prize/s to outstanding students. This year the prize went to ‘Blake Crook’, who was the highest achieving student in course ACC220 Law of Business Associations. Congratulations Blake!
(Image provided by USC: Mr Paul Kusy of STOLAW and Blake Crook)
Peta Yujnovich of Schultz Toomey O’Brien Lawyers and Vice-President of Suncoast Community Legal Services, will be helping train Law students of the University of the Sunshine Coast when students commence legal work at the legal services. Students will assist staff and lawyers provide advice and case work services to disadvantaged people.