Don't forget that applications for the three casual vacancies on the LSS for Semester 2 close at midnight tonight! Get your applications in on time, because no late applications will be accepted. ... See MoreSee Less
***Calling all post-graduate students!*** Our JD reps are holding end of semester drinks for all post-grad law students, so head down to Fellows Bar this afternoon to celebrate the end of another semester! There will be a bar tab running for the event.
WHAT: KING & WOOD MALLESONS ANU LSS PRE-EXAM TUTORIALS WHICH SUBJECTS: COMPULSORIES WHERE: LAW LINK THEATRE WHEN: 29–31 MAY (MON–WED) Times for specific courses:
1:30-3: Crim 3:30-5: Torts
10:00-11:30: Property 1:30-3: APL
10:00-11:30: Corps 1:30-3: FAL 3:30-5: Admin
Please note these times may change.
Winter is coming and with it final exams!! But, have no fear the King&Wood Mallesons ANU LSS Pre-Exam Tutorials are here! Ready to save you from the darkness that are final exams. Ask any student who has attended before, and they will attest to the fact that these tutorials are super helpful and a useful way to revise before finals!*
The LSS has organised an intensive 90 minute tutorial for compulsory Semester 1 subjects that focus on giving you skills to guide your approach to the final exams. The tutorials have an extremely practical focus, and will provide you with the most effective way to structure your revision, prepare you materials, approach questions, and strategically allocate your writing time.
The tutorials are delivered by students who received impeccable scores on their final exams for the respective subjects, and who have impressive tutoring and/or teaching experience.Can't wait to see you all there! If you have any questions, please email email@example.com, or feel free to message the VP (Education) (Eden Lim) directly on Facebook.
*Tutorials are not meant to replace study but guide and support students in the most effective ways to prepare for exams. ... See MoreSee Less
If you want to be a practising lawyer in Australia, undertaking Practical Legal Training is a necessity. ANU Legal Workshop offers one of the highest quality and most flexible PLT programs in the country: the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice.
Come along to the Law Foyer at 1 pm tomorrow to have a chat to the lecturers from the GDLP. PLT can be a bit of a minefield, so this is a great opportunity to ask questions! They will be able to advise you on your options within the program, as well as the more nitty-gritty details.
~~ The ANU LSS is currently accepting applications for THREE Director positions for the 2017 Committee! ~~
A number of casual vacancies have arisen for Semester 2 on the 2017 LSS Committee due to some of our very talented team being accepted into exchange!!
The positions for which we are accepting applications are as follows: - one Wellbeing Director; - one JD Director (Social); and - one Competitions Director.
Successful applicants would take office effective 17 June 2017.
An ideal candidate for any of these positions would need to have excellent time management and organisation skills, a passion for the role, and a willingness to jump into the Committee and take on responsibilities immediately. Please see Section 19 of the ANU LSS Constitution for formal position descriptions.
Additionally, you must be available for a handover session sometime between Thursday 1st and Friday 16th June (the exact date will be determined when the successful applicant and the outgoing Director are both available).
Please note that you must be enrolled at ANU as a law student in 2017, and be a paid ANU LSS member (membership can be bought here: anulssmember.getqpay.com/ ) to be eligible for any of these positions. Additionally, you must be enrolled in the Juris Doctor program to be eligible to run for the JD Director (Social).
If you are interested in any of these positions and have the relevant experience, please submit a maximum 1 A4 page application containing the following information:
- A brief description about yourself (degree, year level, other involvements/commitments); - What position you are applying for, and why you want the position; - Why are you qualified for the position (what relevant skills and experience do you have in relation to the ideal candidate referred to above); - What makes you the ideal candidate for the position (addressing the selection criteria of effective time management, teamwork and communication skills, problem-solving and taking the initiative).
Please send applications to Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Saturday 27th May. No late applications will be accepted.
If you have any questions regarding the specifics of the role, please get in contact with the current Directors: - Wellbeing Director - Em Roberts; - JD Director (Social) - Kate Barton; and - Competitions Director - Victoria Hoon.