Mike Bowers, the Guardian Australia’s photographer-at-large to be featured artist for the Adelaide Law School Photographic Competition.

The Adelaide Law School in conjunction with primary sponsors Lipman Karas are pleased to invite you to enter the 2016 Images of Justice Photographic Competition. This year the competition challenges entrants to capture the essence of justice through “a portrait”.

First prize in each category will be $1200, with more prizes to follow. Winners will be announced and prizes awarded at the Images of Justice prize awarding ceremony which will be held on Friday 28 October 2016 at The University of Adelaide.

We are delighted to announce that Mike Bowers, the Guardian Australia’s photographer-at-large will be the featured artist for the competition and will provide a selection of some of his photographs to be exhibited at the Images of Justice award ceremony.

Mike has spent 20 years in the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery working for a number of publications including The Australian, The Canberra Times, The Age, The Bulletin, The Australian Financial Review, BRW, Time, The Daily Telegraph and The Sydney Morning Herald. He has covered nine Federal election campaigns and has accompanied six prime ministers on assignments both around Australia and overseas. From 2001-2008, he moved to Sydney and became Pictorial Editor for the Sydney Morning Herald. He was Chief Photographer for the Sydney Morning Herald before striking out on his own in late 2008.

For more information on how to enter online by 19 September, please visit the Adelaide Law School Photographic Competition Website.

The Adelaide Law School and University Collections would like to warmly thank primary sponsor Lipman Karas as well as Atkins Photo Lab, Wakefield Press and Wine Direct for their support of the competition.

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