Archibald Francis McCallum Scholarship in Law
$500 (subject to available funds)
No application required
Eligible students must be enrolled in property law. The prize is awarded is awarded to the student who is recommended by the Dean of Law as having done the best work in property law.
This prize was founded by the late Richard McCallum of Blenheim who, in his will, bequeathed the sum of $1,000 to set up an award at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington. This was in memory of his late son Archibald Francis McCallum. Mr McCallum's widow Winifred Mary McCallum and his son Richard Hamilton McCallum later added an additional $1,000.
The purpose of the prize is to provide financial assistance to students studying property law at Victoria University of Wellington.
The prize is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Dean of Law.
The recipient will be asked to write a letter of thanks which will be forwarded appropriately.