Nicholas and Jennifer Searcy Bursary for Research into Representation at Coronial Inquests
Available to law, criminology, and other students who choose their assignment, project topic or related activity to be based on Coronial law or practice.
This could be related to, but not limited to, coronial law processes, family rights in coronial processes, legal representation of family in coronial processes or deaths in custody.
Students undergoing financial hardship or adversity are encouraged to apply.
- Enrolled in any study area
- Students who elect to undertake a supervised legal research topic, honours paper or create publishable material such as educational brochure or research paper related to Coronial Law or Practice
How to Apply
- A brief statement proposing work relevant to Coronial law
- A brief personal
statement (no more than 300 words) regarding any hardship experienced by students – if applicable.