The ACHPER SA Graduate Award
Alana and Zane Shahin Prize for Human Rights Law
Alana and Zane Shahin Prize for International Criminal Law
Alderman Redman Family Law Prize
The Ann Flaxman Prize in English
The Anne Roder Prize in Old Testament
The Archaeometry Prize for Archaeological Geophysics
The ArchSoc Andrew Allen-Farr Award
The ArchSoc Members Award for Service to the Society
Australian Institute of Administrative Law Prize for Administrative Law: Merits Review
Australian Executor Trustees Limited Prize for Succession and Estates Practice
The Australian Insurance Law Association Prize for Advanced Contract
Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Study of TESOL
The Bar Association of South Australia Prize in Criminal Law (Issues in Criminal Law)
The Bar Association of South Australia Prize in Criminal Law(Criminal Law and Legal Method (Statutory Interpretation 1))
The Basil Taliangis Prize in Modern Greek
Camatta Lempens Prize in Banking and Finance
Camatta Lempens Prize in Insolvency Law
The Caroline Macdonald Bachelor of Creative Arts/Creative Writing Thesis Prize
The City of Onkaparinga Prize
The Comber Consultants Prize for Archaeology and Heritage Management
The Consul's Book Award for Outstanding Achievement in Italian
The Credit Union SA Award for Academic Excellence
Dean's Certificates - School of Law
The Department of Archaeology Staff Prize
Department for Correctional Services Prize for Punishment, Sentencing and the State
The Department for Environment and Heritage Encouragement Prize in Cultural Tourism
The Department for Environment and Natural Resources Prize in Tourism
The Dimitrios Koukos Prize in Modern Greek
Doconade Australia Prize in Immigration and Refugee Law
Dr Andrew Cannon $500 Mining Law Prize
Edmund Barton Chambers Advocacy Shield
Edmund Barton Chambers Prize for Lawyering
The Elliott Johnston Chambers Prize for Human Rights
The Elliott Johnston Chambers Prize for International Human Rights
The Elizabeth Close Prize for Third Year Students of French
EMA Legal Prize for Labour Law
Fisher Jeffries Prize in Civil Litigation
Fisher Jeffries Prize in Property, Equity and Trusts
Fisher Jeffries Prize in Contract
DW Fox Tucker Lawyers Prize in Intellectual Property
Fox Tucker Lawyers Prize in Civil Litigation 2 (Negotiation)
French First Year Prize
The Gentilli Medal in Italian
Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc - Con Marinos AM Prize in Modern Greek
Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc - Con Marinos AM Prizes [see Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences]
The Imprints Booksellers Fiction Prize
The Imprints Booksellers Poetry Prize
Integrated Heritage Services Prize
The Italian Honours Prize
The John Antoine and Christine Kiosoglous, MBE, KSA, AE, SM Prize in Modern Greek
Johnson Winter & Slattery Corporate Law Prize

*Equal prize awarded


The ACHPER SA Graduate Award

  • The name of the award shall be the ACHPER SA Graduate Award: Bachelor of Sport, Health & Physical Activity;
  • The award shall consist of a medal/plaque and a 1 year membership with ACHPER SA; to be accompanied by a citation describing the exemplary nature of the awardee's outstanding performance.
  • The award shall be made on an annual basis to a graduating student in the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity. Only one medal and one ACHPER 1 year membership shall be awarded each year.
  • The award shall be publicised, and nomination forms made available to placement supervisors and university lecturers.
  • The academic criteria used in awarding the ACHPER SA Graduate Award: Bachelor of Sport, Health & Physical Activity shall include, but not be limited to, nominees who (a) have successfully completed Industry project placement, (b) have maintained a Grade Point Average of > 5.25, (c) completed the requirements of the degree, the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity and on track for graduation.
  • A nomination panel shall consist of the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity Industry Placement Coordinator, the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity Degree Coordinator and the Executive Director of ACHPER SA. The Award Panel will consider all nominees and determine a recommendation for approval by the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity Academic Programs committee.
  • The Award Panel’s decision is final.
  • The entire prize, or part thereof, shall not be awarded if the Award Panel decides there is no candidate of sufficient merit.

Alana and Zane Shahin Prize for Human Rights Law

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of five years, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses and who has completed the topic LLAW3251 The International Protection of Human Rights with the highest mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3251 The International Protection of Human Rights, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Alana and Zane Shahin Prize for International Criminal Law

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of five years, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses and who has completed the topic LLAW3248 International Criminal Law, with the highest mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3248 International Criminal Law, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Alderman Redman Family Law Prize

  • The value of the prize shall be up to $350.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of five years, commencing in 2011.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3243 Family Law with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  • In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3243 Family Law, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  • The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Ann Flaxman Prize in English

The sum of $1,000 having been paid to the University by Mrs CH Bright in memory of her mother, Mrs Ann Flaxman, the following rules shall apply to the annual prize provided by this endowment.

  • The Ann Flaxman Prize in English shall be awarded annually by the Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of English.
  • The value of the prize shall be $500. If in any year the prize is not awarded or the income from the endowment exceeds the amount of the prize, the value of such prize or excess income shall be added to the capital of the fund.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best final-year honours student in English.

The Anne Roder Prize in Old Testament

  • The name of the prize shall be the Anne Roder Prize in Old Testament. Anne Roder was a student, tutor and friend of the Adelaide College of Divinity and the School of Theology at Flinders University. The prize has been established by Flinders University and the Adelaide College of Divinity, in memory of Anne Roder to encourage students who, like Anne, display critical excellence in the study of the Old Testament.
  • The value of the prize shall be $200.
  • The Adelaide College of Divinity undertakes to endow this prize for a period of ten years in the first instance and it shall be renewable for periods up to ten years.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually to the student who: (a) is enrolled in the Flinders Bachelor of Theology or the ACD Bachelor of Ministry; (b) in the relevant year has enrolled in the introductory topic in Old Testament offered in both degrees; (c) has the highest total mark received in that topic.
  • The Examinations Board of the School of Theology and the Examination Committee of the Adelaide College of Divinity (at a combined meeting) shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students enrolled in the relevant topic. If two or more students receive the same total mark in that year the prize shall be shared between those students. 

The Archaeometry Prize for Archaeological Geophysics

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Archaeometry Prize for Archaeological Geophysics.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $250.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the enrolled student who achieves the highest mark in ARCH8808 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Archaeology, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event that more than one student achieves the same mark for the topic, the prize will be divided evenly between the students.
  6. The prize shall be awarded every year the topic is offered.
  7. The prize shall be awarded annually commencing 2016.
  8. Archaeometry, the prize sponsor, will be informed of the recipient prior to the announcement and presentation of the prize.

The ArchSoc Andrew Allen-Farr Award

  1. The name of the prize shall be the ArchSoc Andrew Allen-Farr Award.
  2. The total value of the prize shall be $100.
  3. The recipient shall be both a current student at Flinders University and a current member of the Flinders University Archaeological Society (ArchSoc), but cannot be its current President, a member of the award panel, or a previous recipient of the award.
  4. The prize shall be awarded annually at the Archaeology Department's award ceremony ­ unless the award panel have judged that no suitable nominations have been received - to the nominee they consider to have made the most outstanding contribution to ArchSoc that year and demonstrated the qualities that distinguished Andrew Allen-Farr, namely:
    • A positive commitment to archaeology;
    • The ability to further the public awareness of archaeology in this state in a friendly and forthright  manner.
    • An outstanding amount of time and effort freely contributed to the Archaeological Society as well as archaeology in general; and
    • A commitment to improving the university experience of fellow students.
  5. Nominations must be submitted in writing to the current President, along with suitable justification, using the criteria outlined in paragraph 4 as a guide.
  6. The recipient of the prize shall be determined by a panel of four (4) current ArchSoc members, including at least the current President and one other committee member. The remaining two (2) positions of the award panel are to be appointed by the executive committee and must be filled by two (2) current members of ArchSoc who do not serve on the committee.
  7. Only current members of ArchSoc are permitted to nominate and be nominated for the award. Members may nominate as many other members as they like, and all nominations are equal in weighting. Members cannot nominate themselves.
  8. The current President of ArchSoc will collect the nominations and distribute them to the award panel. The panel will make a judgement based on the quality of each nomination and award the prize to the most suitable nominee - or not at all if the award panel deems the nominations to be unsuitable.
  9. All costs in awarding the prize shall be covered by ArchSoc.

The ArchSoc Members Award for Service to the Society

  1. The name of the prize shall be the ArchSoc Members Award for Service to the Society.
  2. The total value of each prize shall be $50.
  3. There will be a maximum of three award recipients each year.
  4. The recipient shall be both a current student at Flinders University and a current member of the Flinders University Archaeological Society (ArchSoc), but cannot be/have been a current member of the general or executive committees during the awarded year.
  5. The recipient/s of the prize shall be determined by the ArchSoc general and executive committees. 
  6. Each committee member may nominate up to three current members who have demonstrated the greatest contribution to the Society in terms of volunteering, fundraising, advertising, or otherwise furthering the objectives of ArchSoc during the awarded year. Each nomination must be supported by a suitable justification.
  7. The committee will deliberate and determine the most suitable recipient/s based on the nominations.
  8. In the case of more than one suitable recipient, the prize shall be divided equally between them, to a maximum of three award recipients.
  9. The prize shall be awarded annually to no more than three members at the Archaeology Department’s award ceremony, unless the committees have judged that no suitable nominations have been received.

Australian Executor Trustees Limited Prize for Succession and Estates Practice

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $750.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of two years, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses and who has completed the topic LLAW3265 Succession with the highest mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3265 Succession, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Australian Institute of Administrative Law Prize for Administrative Law:  Merits Review

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $150 and one year’s membership of the Australian Institute of Administrative Law.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of five years, commencing in 2016 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW2223 Administrative Law:  Merits Review with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW2223 Administrative Law:  Merits Review, the Flinders Law School Board of Examiners may select one only of those students to receive the $150 prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the $150 prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.  In the case of the $150 prize being shared equally among more than one student, each of the award recipients will also be awarded one year’s membership of the Australian Institute of Administrative Law.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Australian Insurance Law Association Prize for Advanced Contract

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $500.
  1. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of 5 years, commencing in 2014 for studies in the previous year.
  2. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW1224 Advanced Contract [Writing II] with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  3. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW1224 Advanced Contract [Writing II], the Examinations Board of the Flinders Law School may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  4. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Study of TESOL

  1. The name of the prize shall be the Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Study of TESOL.
  2. The prize shall be sponsored by English as a Second Language Educators (SA) Inc (ELSE).
  3. The value of the prize shall be a $25 book voucher and membership of English as a Second Language Educators (SA) Inc.
  4. Subject to clause 6, the prize shall be awarded to the graduating student who achieves the highest average mark across ESOL8001 Second Language Learning and Teaching, ESOL8002 Second Language Testing, ESOL8003 Introduction to English Linguistics, ESOL9004 TESOL Methodology taken internally or externally.
  5. The Examination Board of the School of Humanities & Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Language Studies, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually.

The Bar Association of South Australia Prize in Criminal Law (Issues in Criminal Law)

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $250.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of seven years, commencing in 2011 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW1222 Issues in Criminal Law, with the highest total mark received in the topic. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  4. In the event of two or more students adjudged to be equally outstanding, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in LLAW1222 Issues in Criminal Law, as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.

The Bar Association of South Australia Prize in Criminal Law (Criminal Law and Legal Method (Statutory Interpretation 1))

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $250.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of seven years, commencing in 2011 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW1212 Criminal Law and Legal Method (Statutory Interpretation 1), with the highest total mark received in the topic. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  4. In the event of two or more students adjudged to be equally outstanding, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in LLAW1212 Criminal Law and Legal Method (Statutory Interpretation 1), as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.

The Basil Taliangis Prize in Modern Greek

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Basil Taliangis Prize in Modern Greek.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $200.00.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student enrolled full-time or part-time in Modern Greek at Flinders who attains the highest mark in MGRE3301 and MGRE3302 - Advanced Modern Greek Part 1 and Part 2. The results attained in both Semester 1 and Semester 2 in the one year will be taken into account.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Modern Greek, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event of two students receiving the same highest mark, the prize shall be divided equally between them. If the Department of Modern Greek decides that no candidate is of sufficient merit for the prize in a given year, the prize will not be awarded.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually for an initial period of five years, at the end of which a new term could be negotiated.
  7. The prize will be awarded at Flinders in a special ceremony held during the first semester of each year.

Camatta Lempens Prize in Banking and Finance

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of one year, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3232 Banking and Finance Law with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3232 Banking and Finance Law, Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Camatta Lempens Prize in Insolvency Law

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3269 Personal and Corporate Insolvency Law with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3269 Personal and Corporate Insolvency Law, the Flinders Law School  Board of Examiners may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  6. There will be no award for the years in which LLAW3269 Personal and Corporate Insolvency Law is not offered.

The Caroline Macdonald Bachelor of Creative Arts/Creative Writing Thesis Prize

  1. The name of the prize shall be the Caroline Macdonald Bachelor of Creative Arts/Creative Writing Thesis Prize.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $400.
  3. The prize shall be awarded annually.
  4. Subject to clause 5, the prize shall be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for the Bachelor of Creative Arts/Creative Writing Honours thesis in each calendar year.
  5. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities, on the recommendation of the Department of English, Creative Writing and Australian Studies, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  6. In the event that more than one student achieves the same mark the Department of English, Creative Writing and Australian Studies will recommend that the prize be shared between these students.

The Comber Consultants Prize for Archaeology and Heritage Management

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Comber Consultants Prize for Archaeology and Heritage Management
  2. The value of the prize shall be $500.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for a Master of Archaeology and Heritage Management thesis/research project in each calendar year.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Archaeology, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event that more than one student achieves the same mark for a thesis, Comber Consultants will divide the money evenly between the students.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually. Comber Consulting Pty Ltd will be informed of the recipient prior to the announcement and presentation of the prize.

The City of Onkaparinga Prize

  • The name of the prize shall be the City of Onkaparinga Prize.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded on an annual basis for an initial period of three years.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student who achieves the highest overall mark for a final year research project in the Bachelor of International Tourism. Should there be more than one student with the highest overall mark, the Department of Tourism shall recommend that the prize be split between those candidates with the highest overall marks.
  • The Examinations Board on the recommendation of the topic coordinators shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the candidates.
  • The prize recipients shall be announced at a Prize Ceremony.

The Consul's Book Award for Outstanding Achievement in Italian

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Consul's Book Award for Outstanding Achievement in Italian.
  2. The value of the prize shall be a book to be selected by the Italian Counsul in South Australia.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the book prize shall be awarded to the student enrolled full-time or part-time in Italian at Flinders University or at the University of Adelaide who attains the highest mark in First Year Italian (Advanced Stream). The results attained in both Semester 1 and Semester 2 in the one year will be taken into account.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Italian section of the Department of Language Studies, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students and determine whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event of two students receiving the same highest mark, two book prizes shall be awarded. If the Italian section decides that no candidate is of sufficient merit for the prize to be awarded in a given year, the prize shall not be awarded.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually from 2007, for an initial period of five years.

The Credit Union SA Award for Academic Excellence

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Credit Union SA Award for Academic Excellence.
  2. The total value of the prize shall be $1000, comprising: $500 for category (a) early childhood or primary teaching: students must be enrolled in a Bachelor of Education double degree or Master of Teaching award that includes an early childhood or primary strand;; and $500 for category (b) middle  years of schooling or secondary teaching; students must be enrolled in a Bachelor of Education double degree or Master of  Teaching award that includes a middle years of schooling and/or secondary strand.
  3. Subject to clauses 4 and 5, the prize shall be awarded to the student(s) with the highest GPA for the EDUC coded topics in Year 3 of the Bachelor of Education or the EDUC coded topics in Year 1 of the Master of Teaching in the year the award is made.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same GPA in category (a) or (b), the prize shall be shared equally between those students.
  5. The recommendation from the Director of Initial Teacher Education for the recipients for the prize shall be endorsed by the Dean of the School of Education.
  6. The prize shall be awarded on an annual basis.

Dean's Certificates - School of Law

  1. The prize shall be a certificated commendation of outstanding achievement in various specified topics.
  2. Subject to clauses 3 and 4, the Dean's Certificate prizes shall be awarded annually for topics offered by the School of Law for the student who has achieved the highest total mark in the topic that is not otherwise recognised by a named or donated prize. For these topics, the prize shall be awarded to the student who, in the relevant year has completed the topic; and has the highest total mark received in the topic.
  3. The Examinations Board of the School of Law shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for the relevant topic, the Board may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their total academic record in the course of which the topic forms a part.

The Department of Archaeology Staff Prize

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Department of Archaeology Staff Prize.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $250.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student who achieved the best result for their Archaeology honours thesis (18 units) in each calendar year.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Archaeology, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event that more than one student achieves the same result for their honours thesis, the Department of Archaeology will recommend that the prize be shared between these students.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually.

Department for Correctional Services Prize for Punishment, Sentencing and the State

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $500.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any Flinders University degree course in the relevant year and who has completed the topic CRIM2201 Crime and Punishment or CRIM2201 Punishment and Society with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for CRIM2201 Crime and Punishment or CRIM2201 Punishment and Society, the Flinders Law School Board of Examiners may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Department for Environment and Heritage Encouragement Prize in Cultural Tourism

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Department for Environment and Heritage Encouragement Prize in Cultural Tourism.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $250.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student who has the most progressively improved GPA from First Year to Second Year of the Bachelor of Cultural Tourism course.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Cultural Tourism, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event that more than one student has the most progressively improved GPA from First Year to Second Year of the Bachelor of Cultural Tourism, the Department of Cultural Tourism will recommend that the prize be shared between these students.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually. 

The Department for Environment and Natural Resources Prize in Tourism

[formerly The Department for Environment and Heritage Prize in Tourism]

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Department for Environment and Natural Resources Prize in Tourism.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $500.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student who has made the most significant contribution to the environment and/or heritage in any or all of the topics: TOUR3102 Tourism Placement A, TOUR3103 Tourism Placement B, TOUR3104 Tourism Research Project A, TOUR3105 Tourism Research Project B, TOUR3107 Tourism Project A and TOUR3108 Tourism Project B in the Bachelor of International Tourism course*. The contribution to the 'environment and/or heritage' will be assessed from a project, placement or research in these topics that researches, identifies or interprets natural and/or cultural heritage, in either a marine or terrestrial location. Staff in the Department of Tourism will evaluate students work in these topics and will make a recommendation(s) to the Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Tourism, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event that two or more students are judged to have made an equally significant contribution to the environment and/or heritage in the Bachelor of International Tourism, the Department of Tourism will recommend that the prize be shared between these students.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually.

*Note: For graduates in 2010 the topics will be CUTU2005A Tourism Placement 1, CUTU3005A Tourism Placement 2, CUTU3006 Tourism Research Project, CUTU3006A Tourism Research Project A, CUTU3101A Tourism Project in the Bachelor of International Tourism course.

The Dimitrios Koukos Prize in Modern Greek

  1. The name of the prize shall be Dimitrios Koukos Prize in Modern Greek, donated by his mother, Maria Koukos in the memory of her son Dimitrios Koukos, for 5 years (2015-2020).
  2. The value of the prize shall be $300.00 per year.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student enrolled full-time or part-time in Modern Greek at Flinders, Studying Modern Greek as a major, who attains the highest mark in 5 sequential semesters (including topics in Language and Culture).
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities, on the recommendation of the Department of Modern Greek, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge  whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event of two students receiving the same highest mark, the prize shall be divided equally between them. If the Department of Modern Greek decides that no candidate is of sufficient merit for the prize in a given year, the prize will not be awarded.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually for an initial period of five years, at the end of which a new term could be negotiated.
  7. The prize will be awarded at Flinders in a special ceremony held during the end of year Aristotelian Celebration at Flinders.

Doconade Australia Prize in Immigration and Refugee Law

  1. The value of the prize shall be $200.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of one year, commencing in 2017 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3245 Immigration and Refugee Law with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3245 Immigration and Refugee Law, the Examinations Board of the Flinders Law School may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.  There will be no award in the years that LLAW3245 Immigration and Refugee Law is not offered.

Dr Andrew Cannon $500 Mining Law Prize

  1. The value of the prize shall be $500.
  2. The prize shall be awarded in the year in which the Topic is offered for    1   year/s, commencing in 2014.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3238 Current Issues in Law: Mining Law with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark, the Prize will be divided in equal amounts and awarded to each recipient.
  5. When necessary, the Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

DW Fox Tucker Lawyers Prize in Intellectual Property

  • The value of the prize will be up to $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of two years, commencing in 2011.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3247 Intellectual Property with the highest mark received in the topic.
  • In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3247 Intellectual Property, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  • The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the prizes.

Edmund Barton Chambers Advocacy Shield

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of one year, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW4213 Criminal Practice and Advocacy with the highest mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW4213 Criminal Practice and Advocacy, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a group of students is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Edmund Barton Chambers Prize for Lawyering

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of three years, commencing in 2017 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW1221 Professional Skills and Ethics [Ethics I] with the highest mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW1221 Professional Skills and Ethics [Ethics I], the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Elliott Johnston Chambers Prize for Human Rights

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of three years, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3261 Selected Issues in Human Rights with the highest mark for an essay submitted in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total marks for the essay submitted in LLAW3261 Selected Issues in Human Rights, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Elliott Johnston Chambers Prize for International Human Rights

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $300.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of three years, commencing in 2011.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3249 International Humanitarian Law with the highest mark for an essay submitted in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total marks for the essay submitted in LLAW3249 International Humanitarian Law, the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Elizabeth Close Prize for Third Year Students of French

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Elizabeth Close Prize for Third Year Students of French.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $200.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student in his/her final year of the three-year major in French, enrolled full-time or part-time at Flinders University, who has obtained the highest average percentage mark across Semester 1 and Semester 2 in any one academic year in the Upper Level French topics: FREN3201 Upper Intermediate French Part 1 and FREN3202 Advanced Intermediate French Part 2 or FREN3301 Advanced French Part 1 and FREN3302 Advanced French Part 2 (the combination depends on the Upper Level topics being offered in any one year).
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the French Section of the Department of Language Studies, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the candidate(s).
  5. In the event that more than one student receives the highest average percentage mark, the French Section of the Department of Language Studies, will recommend that the prize be shared between these students. The French Section of the Department of Language Studies reserves the right not to award the prize if it deems that there is no student of sufficient merit in a given year.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually for an initial period of five years at the end of which a new term shall be negotiated.
  7. The prize recipient shall be announced at a special ceremony held during the first semester of each year.

The EMA Legal Prize for Labour Law

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $500.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of three years, commencing in 2016 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3253 Labour Law with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3253 Labour Law, the Examinations Board of the Flinders Law School may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Fisher Jeffries Prize in Civil Litigation

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $250.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of ten years, commencing in 2012 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3212 Civil Litigation with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3212 Civil Litigation, the Examinations Board of the Flinders Law School may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Fisher Jeffries Prize in Property, Equity and Trusts

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $250.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of ten years, commencing in 2012 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW2214 Property, Equity and Trusts with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW2214 Property, Equity and Trusts, the Examinations Board of the Flinders Law School may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Fisher Jeffries Prize in Contract

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $250.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of ten years, commencing in 2012 for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW1214 Contract with the highest total mark received in the topic.
  4. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW1214 Contract, the Examinations Board of the Flinders Law School may select one only of those students to receive the prize on a basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

Fox Tucker Lawyers Prize in Civil Litigation 2 (Negotiation)

  • The value of this prize shall be up to $350.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually for a period of two years, commencing in 2011.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3222 Civil Litigation 2 (Negotiation) with the highest mark received in the topic.
  • In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark for LLAW3222 Civil Litigation 2 (Negotiation), the Examinations Board of the School of Law may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in the course as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  • The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

French First Year Prize

  1. The name of the prize shall be French First Year Prize.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $300.
  3. This prize is sponsored by Colette Mrowa-Hopkins in the French section of the Languages Department.
  4. The prize shall be awarded annually for a 5 year period and the prize will be first awarded in 2017 for studies in the previous year.
  5. The prize shall be awarded to the best First Year beginner stream student, enrolled on a full-time or part-time basis in a French program of study at Flinders University, who has obtained the highest total mark in both topics FREN1201 Introductory French Part 1 and FREN1202 Introductory French Part 2.
  6. The student must be enrolled in both topics in the same year.
  1. In the event of two or more students receiving the same total mark in both topics, the Prize will be divided in equal amounts and awarded to each recipient.
  2. The French section of the Languages Department shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.

The Gentilli Medal in Italian

The Gentilli Medal is awarded to the best student in Italian across the two campuses. The prize was established based on a donation by the eminent scholar Dr Joseph Gentilli to commemorate his mother Elisa, who was born in Venice in 1886.

  • The Gentilli Medal in Italian shall be awarded annually by the Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Language Studies.
  • The medal shall be awarded to the best student in Italian across the two campuses (Flinders and Adelaide Universities).
  • The prize will also include a cheque for $100.00.

Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc - Con Marinos AM Prize in Modern Greek

  • The value of the prize shall be $1000.
  • The prize shall be administered by the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually commencing 2001 for an outstanding piece of work on a subject related to Greek language or Greek studies.
  • Honours and postgraduate students undertaking courses offered by the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law shall be invited to nominate for the prize based on an outstanding piece of work of not less than 4,000 words submitted during the current academic year.
  • Nominations for the prize shall be called for in November of the given year.
  • The selection committee shall consist of no more than six members and shall include two members of the academic staff of the Modern Greek section of the Department of Language Studies, two members with a knowledge of Modern Greek appointed by the Executive Dean or nominee, and a representative from the Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc. The Executive Dean shall be the Chair of the selection committee.
  • The selection committee shall rank the nominated students in order of merit, by whatever criteria it decides, and determine the award of the prize. In the event of there being two or more outstanding pieces of work of equal merit, the prize would be shared equally by the candidates. No award shall be made if the selection committee determines that there is no candidate of sufficient merit. 

The Imprints Booksellers Fiction Prize

  • The name of the prize shall be The Imprints Booksellers Fiction Prize.
  • The prize shall be an Imprints book voucher to the value of $150.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually.
  • All undergraduate and honours students enrolled full-time or part-time at Flinders University shall be deemed eligible to lodge an application based on the conditions of entry.
  • The prize shall be awarded to an original, unpublished short story not exceeding 3000 words, which has not been accepted for publication, offered for publication or entered in any other contest until the results of this prize are known. The story can be on any topic or in any style. Students can submit up to two stories each year. Should there be no entry worthy of a prize in a given year, a prize shall not be awarded.
  • The Examinations Board on the recommendation of the Department of English, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the candidates for the prize. In addition to the prize the Department of English shall nominate up to three highly commended entries, which shall receive a merit certificate but not attract prize money.

The Imprints Booksellers Poetry Prize

  • The name of the prize shall be The Imprints Booksellers Poetry Prize.
  • The prize shall be an Imprints book voucher to the value of $150.
  • The prize shall be awarded annually.
  • All undergraduate and honours students enrolled full-time or part-time at Flinders University shall be deemed eligible to lodge an application based on the conditions of entry.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student who submits the best original, unpublished poem not exceeding fifty lines, which has not been accepted for publication, offered for publication or entered in any other contest until the results of this prize are known. The poem can be on any topic or in any form. Students can submit up to three poems each year. In the event of a tie, the prize shall be divided equally between the best two entries. Should there be no entry worthy of a prize in a given year, a prize shall not be awarded.
  • The Examinations Board on the recommendation of the Department of English, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the candidates for the prize. In addition to the prize the Department of English shall nominate up to three highly commended entries, which shall receive a merit certificate but not attract prize money.

Integrated Heritage Services Prize

  1. The name of the prize shall be named the ‘Integrated Heritage Services Prize’
  2. The value of the prize shall be $200 per year.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the enrolled student who achieves the highest mark in ARCH2202 Archaeology of the First Australians or ARCH8410 Archaeology of the First Australians GE.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Archaeology, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of students for the prize and shall judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event that more than one student achieves the same mark for the topic, the prize will be divided evenly between the students.
  6. The prize shall be awarded every year the topic is offered.
  7. The prize shall be awarded annually commencing 2016.
  8. The prize sponsor, will be informed of the recipient prior to the announcement and presentation of the prize.

The Italian Honours Prize

The Italian Honours Prize was constituted in 2002 by Margaret Baker, one of the first appointees to the Flinders Italian teaching staff. It commemorates those who were instrumental in establishing the tradition of Italian scholarship at Flinders, in particular the Adelaide Italian Community and its chief fundraiser for the establishment of the Chair in Italian, Dott Giorgio Masero, and the Foundation Professor, Antonio Comin.

  1. The name of the prize shall be The Italian Honours Prize.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $125.
  3. The prize shall be awarded annually.
  4. Subject to clauses 4 and 5, the prize shall be awarded to the top student who has successfully completed the Honours program and who has a classification of 2A or above.
  5. The Examinations Board, on the recommendation of the staff in Italian who have been involved in teaching the Honours topics, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the candidates for the prize. The prize shall not be awarded if, in the opinion of the Board, there is no applicant of sufficient merit.
  6. If two or more students receive the same overall percentage results, their undergraduate record in Italian will also be considered.

The John Antoine and Christine Kiosoglous, MBE, KSA, AE, SM Prize in Modern Greek

  1. The name of the prize shall be The John Antoine and Christine Kiosoglous, MBE, KSA, AE, SM Prize in Modern Greek.
  2. The value of the prize shall be $200.00.
  3. Subject to clause 4, the prize shall be awarded to the student enrolled full-time or part-time in Modern Greek at Flinders who attains the highest mark in MGRE3201 and MGRE3202 - Upper Intermediate Modern Greek Part 1 and Part 2. The results attained in both Semester 1 and Semester 2 in the one year will be taken into account.
  4. The Examinations Board of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, on the recommendation of the Department of Modern Greek, shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.
  5. In the event of two students receiving the same highest mark, the prize shall be divided equally between them. If the Department of Modern Greek decides that no candidate is of sufficient merit for the prize in a given year, the prize will not be awarded.
  6. The prize shall be awarded annually for an initial period of five years, at the end of which a new term could be negotiated.
  7. The prize will be awarded at Flinders in a special ceremony held during the first semester of each year.

Johnson Winter & Slattery Corporate Law Prize

  1. The value of the prize shall be up to $350.
  2. The prize shall be awarded annually for studies in the previous year.
  3. The prize shall be awarded to the student who is enrolled in any one of the Bachelor of Laws and/or Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice courses in the relevant year and who has completed the topic LLAW3211 Corporate Law 2 [Ethics II]; and is selected by Johnson Winter & Slattery from the top five or six assignments. Note this prize is not based on academic grades.
  4. In the event of two or more students adjudged to be equally outstanding, the Flinders Law School Board of Examiners may select one only of those students to receive the prize on the basis of their academic record in LLAW3211 Corporate Law 2 [Ethics II] as a whole, or may determine that the prize and its value be shared equally between or among the students.
  5. The Board shall determine the eligibility and ranking of the students, and judge whether a candidate is of sufficient merit to warrant the award of the prize.