FairWay Resolution Anne Scragg Scholarship
Supporting best practice dispute resolution
FairWay Resolution Limited is an organisation centred around leading the prevention and resolution of disputes. As part of our commitment to leading best practice dispute resolution, we award an annual scholarship package for anyone working in or studying dispute resolution in New Zealand.
About the Scholarship
The winning applicant will receive a $10,000 contribution to their professional development and has the opportunity to join the FairWay team for a 12-week placement working alongside some of New Zealand’s leading mediators, conciliators and adjudicators.
The full terms and conditions can be found here.
How to Apply
Each applicant is required to submit a short abstract for a proposed paper on a dispute resolution topic of their choice. Applications can be made online and applications close at 5pm, 9 September 2018.
Up to five shortlisted applicants will be invited to prepare a full 1,500 word paper. These will be published on the FairWay website. The top applicants will be interviewed by the Scholarship’s selection panel.
The winning applicant will be announced on 3 December 2018.
About Anne Scragg
The FairWay Anne Scragg Scholarship was established following Anne’s retirement in 2015, in celebration of her outstanding contribution to dispute resolution.
Anne had a long and distinguished career with FairWay, and she has over 30 years’ experience in the dispute resolution sector. Anne’s commitment to the dispute resolution profession has seen her serve on the AMINZ Council from 2006 to 2012 and on their Education and Qualifications Committee. During her time with FairWay she worked with the team that set up the Telecommunications Dispute Resolution service and she led the team responsible for establishing FairWay’s Family Dispute Resolution service.
The FairWay Resolution Anne Scragg Scholarship aims to continue her legacy within the profession, and Anne is invited to sit on the scholarship’s selection panel each year.
The inaugural FairWay Resolution Anne Scragg Scholarship was awarded in 2015 to Matthew Gale.
Matthew is originally from Auckland and his entry paper “Mediation and the Civil Justice Gap” explored the interplay between courts, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and the challenges associated with a surging tide of people looking for justice.
In October 2017, Matthew wrote a follow up piece outlining his experiences studying a Master of Laws program at the University of Pennsylvania Law School following his scholarship.
Matthew is now working within the legal profession in London.
If you have any questions about FairWay’s Anne Scragg Scholarship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org