Robertson O’Gorman Prize in Criminal Law
(Pictured Dan Rogers, Jordan English, Chief Justice Catherine Holmes
and Professor Peter Høj).
Robertson O’Gorman is a proud sponsor of the University of Queensland Law School. Each year the law school recognises the brightest legal minds through awards to its top performing students.
This week at Customs House, Dan Rogers presented The Robertson O’Gorman Prize in Criminal Law at the UQ Law Awards Ceremony. Robertson O’Gorman sponsors two prizes for students that receive the highest marks in Criminal Law.
The event included a key note address by Chief Justice Catherine Holmes of the Supreme Court of Queensland. Jordan English and Elizaveta Belongogoff won the Robertson O’Gorman prizes.
This year, the law awards were extra special for Robertson O’Gorman as Keilin Anderson, law clerk in our office, received a Pro Bono Centre Award. This is a great achievement as pro bono legal work is an important responsibility for all in our profession.
A full UQ media release can be found here: