New Indigenous scholarship offering

Joshua Creamer and Kara Cook have established a scholarship supporting excellence among First Nations women in law. Photo: RDW Photography – Renae Droop.

A new Indigenous ‘Excellence in Law Award’ scholarship is now on offer to females of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.

The scholarship, established by barrister Joshua Creamer and councillor Kara Cook, aims to increase the number of female Indigenous barristers at the Queensland Bar, by encouraging excellence in law studies and within the legal profession. There are currently two First Nations women practising at the Bar in Queensland.

Applicants must be enrolled in the penultimate or final year of study at Griffith University in a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) or double degree program, to be eligible.

Applications are open until Tuesday 1 February, 4pm. Visit the website for details, or consider further supporting emerging female Indigenous lawyers by donating to the scholarship. Contact for more information.

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