The ANU Law Students’ Society (LSS) is the representative body for ANU law students, providing a wide range of social, educational and careers-oriented programs and events. With numerous publications, forums and events, the LSS is committed to strongly representing students’ interests and keeping them updated with developments in the legal profession. The LSS is an inclusive society. We are here to support you as a student and to make your Law School experience the best it can be.
If you are a first-year JD this is the event for you!
We have a range of later year JDs who have collectively done most of the amazing opportunities that the ANU offers and made most of the mistakes it is possible to make during a law degree.
We will have students speaking on Clerkships, The GDLP, overcoming the challenges of being an international student, the Social Justice opportunities, Legal Aid, the Youth law centre, Paralegal work, exchanges, Cambodia internship, the Alabama program as well as balancing work, uni, a social life family and trying to stay sane.
Basically, this is the event if you want to try and get the most out of the short three years of the JD!
This event is aimed at JDs in their first year but it is open to other JDs as well!
We will have a Q and A at the end if you have any general questions!
In the Law Link Theatre at 7pm!
If you have any questions please contact Danny Philippa