Hunt & Hunt Law Scholarship


$7,500 per year for five (5) years


New or continuing students


Any Bachelor of Laws program


Applicants must:

  • be Australian citizens or permanent residents
  • identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • be female
  • be commencing study or currently enrolled in any year of a Bachelor of Laws

Hunt & Hunt

Hunt & Hunt was established in 1929 and is a vibrant law firm with a national footprint that delivers tailored legal advice to clients throughout Australia and internationally. They are a founding member of Interlaw, an independent global network of high-quality, commercial law firms.

Hunt & Hunt help their public and private sector clients navigate complex legal problems by providing practical, creative, and innovative commercial and legal advice. They appreciate the changing legal environment in which clients operate within and providing focused strategic advice is a core focus of the firm.

Hunt & Hunt are passionate about the close and inclusive way they work with clients. They build relationships founded on a genuine interest in clients, characterised by understanding and trust. Clients look to them for more than legal skills and knowledge. Throughout a 90+ year history Hunt & Hunt have been committed to corporate social responsibility and investing in the communities in which they live and work.

Hunt & Hunt recognise the professional obligation to provide pro bono legal services and have been a signatory to the National Pro Bono Aspirational Target since 2012. They encourage and support our legal practitioners to assist disadvantaged, marginalised, and vulnerable members of their community to access legal services.

Application and Selection Process

Applicants must provide a written statement in support of their application indicating how they believe the scholarship will assist them with their studies and in their future career. This statement should give a sufficient explanation of the applicant's background and current circumstances to enable the University to judge their eligibility, need and merit.

Successful applicants will be selected based on their written application, academic potential, their ability to meet the criteria and, where appropriate, performance in an interview before a selection panel.