- Applications close
- 14 October 2019
What you'll receive
The scholarship consists of:
- a prize of $1000.
You must be a woman who:
- is enrolled as a postgraduate coursework or research student in law or justice studies during the current academic year
- has contributed to the community through volunteer or charitable work (not necessarily of a legal nature).
How to apply
- nominate yourself
- be nominated by peers or academic staff.
- complete the Toni Dick Prize application form (DOCX file, 48.4 KB)
- attach the relevant documentation
- return it by the closing date.
What happens next?
If your application is successful, we'll notify you by email confirming the details of your prize.
About the scholarship
This prize was established to recognise the significant contribution to the community made by the late Toni Dick, a graduate of the Faculty of Law at QUT.
Toni Dick studied for her LLB at Queensland Institute of Technology, a predecessor institution of QUT, between 1981 and 1985, and completed the Legal Practice Course in 1986.
Following her admission, Toni worked in private practice, specialising in the fields of family law and alternative dispute resolution, until her untimely death from cancer in late 2000.
The prize is awarded annually to the student whom the trustees of the prize believe has contributed most to the community through volunteer or charitable work.