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ANJeL/Akira Kawamura Course Prizes in Japanese Law

 

Mr Akira Kawamura, one of ANJeL's advisory board, kindly offers academic prizes ($750 each) for the best academic performance by a student in:

  • Japanese Law and Society (ANU for 2007, David Akers, for 2008, Celia Winnett; for 2009, Pete Anstee; for 2010, Michael Jones and Angela Van; for 2011, Madalein Tier; and for 2013, Sarah Chua);and
  • Japanese Law (USydney: winner for 2003, David Yardley; for 2004, Matthew Burston; for 2007, Joel Rheuben; for 2009, Tanvir Ahmed; for 2010, Quintin Rares; for 2011, Shane Curran, for 2012, Bryce Williams; and for 2013, Raymond Roca).
  • Mr Kawamura had also provided Prizes for the LLM courses on Japanese law formerly taught at UNSW, namely Japanese Law in Context,Japanese Law and Politics, Japanese Law and Society, Japanese Law and the Economy, Tutorial in Advanced Japanese Law and Tutorial in Japanese Law and Language (UNSW - one prize only for best student academic performance; winner for 2003, Carol Lawson; for 2004, Aaron Dauber; for 2005,Carol Lawson; for 2006, Duncan Tweed; for 2007, Katie Campbell; for 2008, Nicola McGuire).

 

 

 

ANJeL Course Prize Winner at ANU for 2008, Ms Celia Winnett, with Kent Anderson at the ANU awards ceremony in 2009.

 

 

ANJeL Course Prize Winner at ANU for 2007, Mr David Akers, with Kent Anderson at the ANU awards ceremony in 2008.

 

 

 

ANJeL Course Prize Winner at ANU for 2005, Mr Chris Stevens, with Kent Anderson at the ANU awards ceremony in March 2006.

 

 

ANJeL Course Prize Winner at ANU for 2004, Ms Patricia Hepworth, with Kent Anderson at the ANU awards ceremony in April 2005.

 

   

 

ANJeL Course Prize Winner at ANU for 2003, Ms Emma Saint, with Kent Anderson, at the ANU awards ceremony in 2004.

 

 

 

 

 


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