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Bond Law celebrates students' academic achievements

Students, family, friends and Faculty of Law staff gathered on Wednesday night at the University Club, Bond University to celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of students from the September 2010 semester. Attendees were welcomed by the Dean of Law Professor Geraldine Mackenzie, and Professor Gerard Carney, Deputy Dean, was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening.

Over 45 subject awards were presented by Law Awards sponsors and the Faculty of Law to the highest performing students. Awards were given for a large range of subjects including Evidence, Family Law and Constitutional Law. 46 students were also recognized with a Dean’s List certificate for overall academic excellence. Students are placed on the Dean’s List have received a cumulative grade point average of 82% or higher in this semester.

Rowan Kendall, President of the Law Students Association was on hand to present the September and May LSA Teaching Excellence awards to faculty staff Joachim Dietrich and Kylie Fletcher-Johnson, respectively, as voted by the students.

The ceremony also acknowledged the accomplishments of the Bond moot team for their efforts in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and their quarterfinal finish.

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