Baldwins Law and IT Prize
Wednesday 9th December 2009
For nine years Baldwins has awarded a $500 prize to the top achiever in the Law and Information Technology paper at the University of Auckland. This prize rewards excellence for an understanding of the impact of, and the way in which the law deals with new information technologies.
This is pertinent to the area of Intellectual Property, which deals with innovation protection and strategic development - commonly involved in the industry of information technologies. The main purpose of the award is to promote the area of Intellectual Property as a potential career path for law students.
The 2009 winner of the prize is Raymond Scott (pictured below). Raymond and Judge Harvey, the lecturer of the Law and IT paper, attended a function at Baldwins to celebrate Raymond’s success. Congratulations Raymond.
Rosemary Wallis (Partner), Raymond, and Judge David Harvey (Lecturer for the paper).