Emerging law student Ben Previtera has taken out the top accolade for Property Law, after being awarded the GlobalX Prize for Real Property at the annual QUT Faculty of Law Awards on Tuesday, 22 May.
The award, sponsored by GlobalX, acknowledges excellence in property law, with Mr. Previtera achieving the highest grade in the course for the 2017 academic year.
Pictured: Jack Mead – Manager, Open Practice awarding the GlobalX Prize for Real Property to law student Ben Previtera.
GlobalX CEO Peter Maloney said GlobalX is proud to support Australia’s next generation of legal professionals as they progress in their studies.
“We are dedicated to supporting the industry in a myriad of ways, and it’s encouraging sign to see so many students passionate about the profession,” Mr. Maloney said.
“I extend my congratulations to Ben on this accolade and wish him all the best in his legal career.”
QUT’s Real Property Law courses gives students a well-rounded understanding of the legal principles relating to property and the creation and disposition of various estates and interests in real property.
Professor John Humphrey, Executive Dean of the QUT Faculty of Law said, “congratulations to all award winners on their academic and community achievements in 2017.”