Justice Family Lawyers Award Grant To University of Technology Sydney Student

In recent interview with Eleven Media, Justice Family Lawyers confirmed that they have awarded a $3000 grant to a student currently studying at the University of Technology Sydney.

Justice Family Lawyers has provided Activate UTS with a $3000 grant to provide financial support to an athlete competing at an elite level while also undertaking studies at the University of Technology Sydney.


Further, there is an optional opportunity to participate in a 6 week internship program at Justice Family Lawyers where the sports scholar will receive legal experience and training to help compliment their legal studies.


The recipient of the award went to Michael McCrea from Rowing


Michael is a second-year student studying a Bachelor of Communication Social and Political Sciences/Bachelor of Laws.


“It’s extremely exciting to be giving back to the university that gave me so much” says Hayder Shkara, the Principal of Justice Family Lawyers.


“We are always growing and have opened a second location in Barangaroo allowing us to service Sydney’s newest precinct. Michael demonstrates all of the qualities that we strive for at Justice Family Lawyers. He is hard working and has the ability to manage his professional sporting career and his studies efficiently.”


Michael competes for the UTS Rowing Club, and was selected for the NSW Youth 8 crew in 2018 as well as the NSW team to compete at the Kings Cup at the recent 2019 National Championships. Representing UTS, he also won a gold, silver and bronze medal at this year’s nationals, and he is also a key part of the UTS team that represents at the National University Championships each year.


To learn more about Justice Family Lawyers visit their website here: https://justicefamilylawyers.com.au/


About Justice Family Lawyers


Justice Family Lawyers is Sydney based and provides expert advice on all aspects of Australian family law.


They provide legal assistance and representation on matters relating to divorce, family mediation, de facto relationships, domestic violence, separation, child custody, property settlement and going to court.

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