2016 Law Scholar
Scholarship biography (at time of award)
Emily Rumble has been awarded the Scholarship for her progress into a career of financial services regulation, contribution to community and outstanding academic achievement.
Throughout her degree, Emily received six Dean’s List honours, a university medal in History and graduated second in a class of 203 students at the University of NSW. In addition, Emily contributed to university life both in the written form (via contributions to student newspapers and law journals), and vocally through participation and facilitation of debating competitions, college law reviews and choir performances.
Emily was awarded the Scholarship to complete a BCL at Oxford University.
Studied at: University of Oxford
I am currently a candidate for the Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford, where I am studying as a Sir Robert Menzies Scholar, thanks to the generosity and support of the Menzies Foundation.
Before commencing the BCL, I was a solicitor in Herbert Smith Freehills' Sydney office, where my experience spanned both the contentious and non-contentious financial services regulatory practices.
Prior to commencing at Herbert Smith Freehills, I graduated from UNSW in 2012 with First Class Honours in both History and Law. I received the University Medal in History and graduated second overall in Law. In 2013-2014 I was an Associate to her Honour Justice Annabelle Bennett in the Federal Court of Australia.
Scholarship Year: 2016
Fields of Interest
Law, Civil Law