Create lawyers who will change the world
Jack Goldring created a dynamic law school at the University of Wollongong. He placed social justice at the heart of student learning. To honour its founding Dean, the UOW Faculty of Law, Humanities and The Arts created the Jack Goldring Memorial Fund to support the Jack Goldring Memorial Scholarship. This annual student scholarship serves to uphold the spirit of a man motivated by social justice: an educator and leader in the university sector, a distinguished law reformer, and a highly regarded judge of the District Court of NSW.
Each year the recipient of this scholarship will be someone who endeavours to uphold Jack Goldring's legacy.
Nathan Johnston is the 2015 scholar of this prestigious scholarship. He has used it to catapult his career aspirations by securing an associateship with the High Court.
The Fund has already received generous gifts from family, friends, alumni and former colleagues. All gifts will be held as an endowment in perpetuity and are fully tax deductible and 100% of all gifts received go towards the fund.
We invite all those who recognise and appreciate the contribution Jack Goldring made to the UOW Faculty of Law, Humanities and The Arts to come together and contribute to the Jack Goldring Memorial Fund.