The Nunavut Law Foundation for its 11th year will be awarding students and youths in each region across Nunavut in honor of Justice Beverly Browne, who was the first senior judge in the Nunavut Court of Justice. She demonstrated great leadership in the community and had a strong commitment and passion for working with youths. Learn more about past recipients.
Call for Nominations – ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ ; français
Who can nominate?
As a member of your community (including principals, teachers, student support assistants, organizations, and any member of the public that is not directly related to the student or youth), the Foundation is asking you to nominate an individual who embodies peace, leadership, conflict resolution, or who made strong efforts to change his/her attitude and behavior to become a role model.
What are the eligibility criteria?
Nominations are open for Students in grades 6 to 12 or Youth between the ages of 10 to 20.
What is the deadline?
Please send a letter or email explaining why this individual deserves the scholarship to Nalini Vaddapalli at by Monday, June 12, 2023.
When will the awards be announced?
Once the Foundation has received all letters from the schools, organizations, and the general public, the Board members will review each nomination for selection. The chairperson will then inform the selected recipients of the scholarship by Friday, June 30, 2023.
What are the awards?
Monetary scholarships will be given to students and youths 14 years and older; and students and youths 13 years and under will receive a gift of their choice, up to a maximum amount to be determined by the Board once all applications have been received.
Questions? Contact Nalini Vaddapalli:
The Nunavut Law Foundation is a non-profit organization that receives funding from the Law Society of Nunavut (which represents all the lawyers practicing in the territory).