Third Year The Ellorient, Donald and Hugh Fraser Memorial Scholarship
The Fraser family has established a fund in memory of their parents, to provide an annual award to an undergraduate law student who, in the opinion of the School, is the most capable student and resident in that county.

Eligibility: Available to students in the Juris Doctor program at Dalhousie University. Applicants must be have been permanent residents of Yarmouth County for at least seven years prior to the receipt of the award.
Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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The Constance R. Glube Bursary
The Constance R. Glube Bursary Fund will assist law students at Dalhousie. The Fund was established by the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society and Schulich School of Law out of the proceeds from a symposium held in honour of Justice Constance R. Glube, former Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, to honour her distinguished career. The award will go to a law student who has demonstrated financial need, high academic achievement, and leadership in the advancement of women in the legal profession.

Eligibility: Available to second and third year students in the Juris Doctor program at Dalhousie University. Applicants will have demonstrated financial need, have satisfactory academic standing, and be permanent residents of the Atlantic provinces (NB, NS, NL, PEI).
Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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The John Wilfrid Godfrey Scholarship
Established by Joan Godfrey Mackenze in memory of her late father, John Wilfrid Godfrey K.C., (class of '20.) A Rhodes Scholar, he entered Oxford University the same year. Mr. Godfrey served as president of the Nova Scotia Barristers Society and vice-president of the Nova Scotia Canadian Bar Association. He was named by Prime Minister Mackenzie King to the Board of Governors of the CBC, and was the only Maritimer to be chosen. He was the senior partner of Godfrey and Wickwire until his death.

Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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Gowling WLG R.A. Smith Advocacy Prize
An annual prize of $500 will be awarded to the graduating student who has achieved the highest standing in the combination of Civil Procedure, Civil Trial Practice and Insurance Law.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
Value: $500
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Gowling WLG Law and Technology Prize
The law firm of Gowling WLG, Toronto sponsors a prize in the amount of $500 to the student achieving the highest mark in Law and Technology.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
Value: $500
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Nathalie Goyette Prize in Tax Law
An annual prize awarded to the full-time student who has demonstrated academic excellence in the study of Tax Law. This prize is also to acknowledge and honour the Dean of Law, Kim Brooks, and her exemplary work in reaching out to law alumni to engage them with the law school.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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The Donald G. Grant Bursary Fund
The fund was established through a bequest from Donald G. Grant in memory of Dr. Sidney Earle Smith, Dean of the Schulich School of Law from 1929-34. Donald Grant (Class of ’32) was active in student affairs, played varsity hockey and was a member of the intercollegiate debating team. He practiced law in Halifax before joining the Canadian Army where he served in the Judge Advocate General Branch. He joined the Nova Scotia Trust Company becoming General Manager and later President and CEO.

Eligibility: Awarded to a second or third year Law student with a demonstrated interest in the area of Wills and Trusts or Estate Planning, or both. Recipients will demonstrate an interest in the public service, demonstrate financial need, and have achieved a satisfactory academic standing.
Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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Reg Hamm Memorial Bursary
An endowment fund was established to provide an annual bursary in memory of Reginald Hamm, the warm-hearted and dedicated custodian of the Weldon Law Building. The bursary is open to students who have demonstrated financial need.

Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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John L. Harris, QC Scholarship in Law
Established by the estate of Norma Joan Coleman in memory of John L. Harris, QC. The scholarship will be awarded to students in second and third year who, in the opinion of faculty, has or have demonstrated financial need and academic achievement.

Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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Clinton Havey Law of Succession Prize
The family of Clinton Havey (LLB 1947) sponsors an annual prize to be awarded to the student who has demonstrated academic excellence in the area of Law of Succession.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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Andrew O. Hebb Memorial Bursary
An endowment fund was established to provide an annual bursary in memory of Andrew O. Hebb BA 1925, LLM 1928.

Eligibility: Awarded to an undergraduate law student from Atlantic Canada who demonstrates financial need.
Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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The Honourable W.A. Henry Prize
Awarded to the graduating student who has achieved the highest standing in Constitutional Law subjects chosen by the School.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP Award in Law
Awarded to a third year student who has completed (or is enrolled) in the Construction Law course and who has the highest overall standing in the course.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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The David M. Jones Memorial Bursary
Awarded on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing, to a student who exemplifies the character of David Jones while he was at the Law School.

Eligibility: Available to second and third year students in the Juris Doctor program at Dalhousie University. Applicants will have demonstrated financial need and have satisfactory academic standing.
Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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David M. Jones Memorial Award
Awarded to a third year student whose character has been a source of inspiration and optimism to his or her classmates and the Law School community.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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Donald A. Kerr Memorial Prize
The Eastern Admiralty Law Association sponsors an annual prize to be awarded to the student who has achieved high standing in the subject area of Maritime Law.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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Robert W. Kerr Labour Law Prize
Awarded to the graduating student who has achieved the highest standing in the Labour Law subject - Collective Agreement.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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The Leonard A. Kitz, QC Prize
A book prize, valued at $250, donated by Leonard A. Kitz, QC, will be awarded annually for skill in oral legal argument, in moot courts or as otherwise determined by the faculty.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
Value: $250
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Stuart Clarke Lane Memorial Prize
The Class of 1940 established an endowment fund in memory of their classmate. In 1978 the fund was supplemented by a generous bequest from the Estate of Pauline H. Lane in memory of her son. This annual prize is awarded to the student who has achieved the highest mark in Administrative Law.

Application Type: Automatic Consideration – No Application Required
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Law Class of '95 Bursary
The Law Class of 1995 established the bursary.

Eligibility: Awarded to full-time undergraduate law students who demonstrate financial need.
Application Type: See dal.ca/law/bursaries for more information
Application Deadline: mid-October
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