Official news, updates and media releases on the Menzies Foundation activity are available here.
19 April 2016
Thanks to the support of individual donors, law firms and the Australian government, 2014 saw the awarding of the inaugural Sir Ninian Stephen Menzies Scholarship in International Law, named in honour of former Governor General of Australia, Sir Ninian, who was Chairman of the Menzies Foundation from 1992 to 1998.
11 March 2016
A century later the Menzies Centenary Prize, currently valued at $10,000, was created with the support of the Menzies Foundation and its Alumni to honour the legacy of Sir Robert and to support the dux of Dimboola Memorial Secondary College (the closest high school to Jeparit) to attend university.
25 February 2016
Natasha Kennedy-Read from Stawell and Ethan Koschitzke from Warracknabeal have been awarded the prestigious Fielding Menzies Tertiary Scholarship.
25 February 2016
2011 Law Scholar Jane Taylor has spent the past few years working for one of the biggest law firms in Silicon Valley, providing intellectual property advice and drafting contracts for startups, primarily in the life sciences area.
27 January 2016
1991 Menzies Scholar to Harvard, feminist, citizenship expert and chair of the Menzies Scholarship to Harvard Committee, Professor Kim Rubenstein, is stepping down as Director of the ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) after 10 years.
18 January 2015
With a look into our legal system from colonial times through to the 21st century, Dr Benjamin Spagnolo has published his first book, examining the phenomenon of the continuity of legal systems with a particular focus on Australian law and history.
14 January 2016
A man whose early career is already making a difference for those with age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma, 2013 Menzies Allied Health Research Scholar, Dr Zhichao Wu, heads off to the United States this week for the next stage of his research.
7 January 2016