The Foundation of Administrative Justice is a non-profit association dedicated to training in the administrative justice environment for tribunals, presenters, and administrators. The FOAJ Bursary is the first bursary of the Foundation, starting in 2009. FOAJ created the Bursary in recognition of its benefactor, David Elliott, to recognize his spirited passion and commitment to excellence in justice, and his belief that there are no barriers to furthering one’s learning.
This Bursary is an annual $1,500 award open to anyone pursuing secondary or furthered learning in legal studies. Preference will be given to individuals that are:
- a member in good standing with the Foundation
- an employee or board member of a organization that is a member, in good standing with the Foundation
- in need of financial assistance in order to obtain or continue education
- registered to attend one or more of the Foundation of Administrative Justice courses or other training related to administrative justice provided by a recognized secondary educational institute.
The bursary will be awarded in December of each year.
Congratulations to the 2016 recipients of the Tribunal Administrative Justice Bursary – Devyn Borman & Melissa Stappler!
Only those applications received between January 1 and December 1 of each year will be eligible.
To apply submit the following:
- Completed application form
- Letter outlining a brief biography of the applicant including education, career goals, relationship to administrative justice, and how administrative justice training will help
- Proof of course registration in an administrative justice course or other related training
Applications must be sent by mail, fax or email attachment to:
Foundation of Administrative Justice
3438 – 78 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6B 2X9
Fax: (780) 466-8015
Phone: 780-466-0501 for information.
Click here for the application form – Deadline is December 1st each year.