Buderim’s Blake Crook takes home USC's inaugural commercial law prize sponsored by Argon Law
Mon Jun 05, 2017
John Gallagher of Argon Law was delighted to join other regional and national industry sponsors in recognising the best law, business and arts students at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s annual awards ceremony last month.
John said the Faculty of Arts, Business and Law Awards and Prizes ceremony saw the presentation of more than 40 awards, totalling almost $50,000, including a new Commercial Law prize supported by Argon Law.
“I was delighted to present Blake Crook of Buderim with the new $500 Argon Law Prize for the highest achiever in Commercial Law.
“Blake achieved an impressive result of 91% for this challenging course.”
Argon Law is committed to giving back to the communities it serves. Whether it's providing volunteer legal advice, supporting the growth of tertiary education, or helping fund vital support to those with illness and physical disabilities, John Gallagher and his team believe the expression “good corporate citizenship” must be tangible, meaningful and collaborative.
The Faculty of Arts, Business and Law Awards and Prizes ceremony was hosted by Professor Joanne Scott, Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts, Business and Law Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and held at USC’s Innovation Centre auditorium on Friday 19 May.