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.
The ANU LSS is currently accepting applications for one appointed position of Juris Doctor Director (Online) on our 2018 Committee. This is a new position created to represent students in the JD (Online) program and we are very keen to welcome them into the committee.
The JD Director (Online) will assist with the dissemination of resources produced by the LSS with the JD (Online) cohort, ensure that the special needs and interests of the students in this program are met and represent these special needs and interests on relevant committees within the College. Please note that no part of this role involves on-campus participation and that this position can be filled by a student living anywhere in the world.
An ideal candidate must be a student currently undertaking the JD (Online) and will also possess effective time management skills, effective organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines, strong teamwork and communications skills, and the willingness to take on direction.
This position is for the duration of the academic year until November 30 and appointment to a position will be conditional upon the successful candidate’s obtaining of a 2018 LSS membership.
If you are interested in this position and have the relevant experience, please submit a maximum one A4 page application containing the following information: - A brief description about yourself (degree, year level, domestic/international, other involvements/commitments); - Why you want the position; - Why are you qualified for the position, including discussion of your relevant skills and experience; and - What makes you the ideal candidate for the position.
Please send applications (and any questions) to Julia Faragher at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Thursday 1 February 2018. No late applications will be accepted.
For those that don't know, CHAT mentor applications are now open.
CHAT (Come have a Talk) is a program run by the ANU College of Law that is an additional forum for first-year students to meet other first years and talk to/gain advice from older year students and faculty members.
The role will require you to attend the pizza lunch where you meet your mentees on the 1st of March (1-2pm) and two consecutive drop-in weekly sessions (between Week 3 -12).
If you have completed at least one semester of an LLB or JD, are enthusiastic and can share your experience with first year students, please send an email to email@example.com by Friday, 2nd of Feb with:
- your name and student number; and - 200 words on why you would like to be a CHAT mentor.
Selected student mentors will be advised in February 2018 and required to attend an information session on Monday, 12 February 2018 from 9:00am-10:00am in the Phillipa Weeks Staff Library. ... See MoreSee Less