Loman Friedlander Award
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- What does the scholarship get me?
- Closing dates for applications
- Length of award
- Number of awards offered
- Purpose of award
- Selection criteria
- What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
- How do students apply?
- How and when do students learn of the decision?
- Decision makers
- History or background of award
- Additional information
- For guidelines, application forms and more information about this award contact
What does the scholarship get me?
Closing dates for applications
Next: 30 November 2020
30 November each year.
Length of award
Number of awards offered
Purpose of award
To reward an original paper on any subject falling within the general area of Intellectual Property Law (patents, trade marks, registered designs, copyright).
Open to any tertiary student who is a New Zealand resident.The Award is made for the best paper of between 5,000 and 10,000 words on any subject within the area of Intellectual Property Law.
The Award is only made if an entry of sufficient standard is received.
What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
No conditions of acceptance apply to this award.
How do students apply?
How and when do students learn of the decision?
Applicants are notified of the decision.
Papers are read by at least three Council members of the NZ Institute of Patent Attorneys, and the winner is selected by discussion.
History or background of award
The award was set up by the Loman Friedlander Trust to commemorate a family member's strong interest in the area of Intellectual Property Law.
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For guidelines, application forms and more information about this award contact
Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently. The administrator of this record last updated this information in September 2020.