University of London Law Trust Funds

Howard Drake

W.G. Hart Bequest

Georg Schwarzenberger Prize

Howard Drake

Howard Drake was the first librarian at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.  The fund has previously been used to support library relative visitors to the Institute. 

W.G. Hart Bequest

The W. G. Hart Bequest was given to the University in 1958 and was “to be applied in such manner as they shall think fit for the advancement of Legal Education in England.”  The University currently gives half of the income to the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and splits the remaining half equally between all the Law Schools at the University’s Colleges.

The fund is used to support the W.G. Hart Workshop, which is held every summer at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.

Georg Schwarzenberger Prize

The Georg Schwarzenberger Prize was created as a memorial to the former Emeritus Professor of International Law at the University of London following donations from friends and family. The Georg Schwarzenberger Prize in International Law is awarded annually by the Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies to a student in the Faculty of Laws of the University of London considered to be outstanding in the field of Public International Law. Each of the six faculties of law nominates a candidate for the Director’s consideration and both undergraduates and postgraduates are eligible. When candidates of equal merit are nominated the prize can be awarded jointly.

For Trust Fund enquiries and applications:


Email:
 
Trustfunds@london.ac.uk 


Postal Address:

Legal Services
University of London
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WC1E 7HU