E.M. Culliton Scholarship Deadline is Right around the Corner

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By Kelly Laycock

Application deadline: May 4, 2015

The application deadline is fast approaching for anyone interested in earning up to $10,000 in scholarship money for their pursuit in criminal law at the graduate level. Up to two scholarships are available.

The criteria for the selection of the recipients of the annual scholarship are as follows:

The scholarship will be awarded to a graduating student of the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan or to a resident practicing member of The Law Society of Saskatchewan for the pursuit of graduate studies in criminal law at a recognized institution. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic record and research potential, service to the practice of law in Saskatchewan, and such other guidelines as from time to time may be determined appropriate by the committee.

The scholarship endowment fund was set up in perpetuity as a tribute to the former Chief Justice E.M. Culliton, who served as a Justice of the Court of Appeal from 1951 to 1962, and then became Chief Justice for the period of 1962 to 1981. Chief Justice Culliton was noted for his firm leadership style on the bench. He passed away in March 1991 at the age of 84. Learn more about his contributions to the province at SaskLawCourts.ca.

The Law Society of Saskatchewan is pleased to continue to support local Saskatchewan students pursuing their goals in the legal field.

Please complete application form and return to:

The Law Society of Saskatchewan
1100 – 2002 Victoria Avenue
Regina, SK
S4P 0R7

 

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