Current Sponsors

 
 

new Colombo plan (NCP)

The New Colombo Plan is an initiative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo Pacific in Australia, supporting Australian undergraduates to study and undertake internships in the region.

Team Australia was awarded NCP funding through the ANU to support eligible undergraduate students to compete in Tokyo in 2016-2018 and in 2019-2020. Eligible students receive a $3000 stipend, to offset the cost of return economy airfares to Tokyo, accommodation, meals, and ground transport.

In 2019, Team Australia acknowledges with thanks the extensive pro-bono time and support of lawyers from:

Ashurst, Canberra

Ashurst ,Tokyo

Baker & McKenzie, Tokyo

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Tokyo

Herbert Smith Freehills, Tokyo

Intercollegiate Negotiation Competition (INC) Organising Committee and Sponsors, Tokyo

Previous Sponsors and Supporters

We acknowledge with thanks the financial support and the considerable pro-bono contributions by the following corporate sponsors and individuals who have generously supported Team Australia during the past 15 years.

Intercollegiate Negotiation Competition (INC), Tokyo

Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sydney)

Matsuo & Kosugi, Toyko

Melbourne University Law School

Minter Ellison

Mitsui Matsushima

Mr Paul Davis, Baker and McKenzie, Tokyo

Mr Percy Lam

Nagshima Ohno & Tsunematsu

Osaka University

Sofico Australia

Supreme Court of Japan judicial visitors to the University of Sydney and ANU

Toyota Australia

University of New South Wales

University of Sydney

Yukio Hayashi and Associates

Allens

Anonymous individual donor

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

ANU College of Law

ANU Japan Institute

Arthur Robinson

Ashurst

Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL)

Australia Japan Business Association

Australia-Japan Foundation

Australia-Japan Society of NSW

Baker & McKenzie

Blake Dawson

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Australia)

Clifford Chance

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Tokyo)

Herbert Smith Freehills