Are you considering law school in Australia? What about Canada or the UK? Find out why OzTREKK student ambassador Ali choose to study in Australia.
Do you like to participate in extracurricular activities while you study? Here are some things to do at Bond University Law School!
Yes, reading case files and attending mooting competitions are must-do activities for law students, but what should you do when you find yourself in Queensland, New South Wales, or Victoria and you’re looking for a bit of fun?
Has the Melbourne JD program been on your radar? Maybe you’re interested to learn more about why this program is ranked so highly.
Are you considering applying to Griffith Law School? No one can speak about that experience quite like a student who has been there and done that.
What happens after you graduate from an Australian law school and need to sit the NCA exams? Here, law graduate Paola offers some advice!
Are you considering becoming a law student at Bond University? Starting a professional program is exciting! But it can also be a bit nerve-wracking. The Canadian Law Students’ Association (CSLA) is there to help ease those concerns.
There are a range of opportunities for Griffith University law students, and many students know the benefits of building a strong network of colleagues.
In their final year of law studies, the law school also places students in local law firms where they gain a further 180 hours of supervised experience. Recently, final-year law student Taylah Gray demonstrated how powerful this learning can be.
Recently, two Newcastle Law School teams consisting of 4 students participated in the 3rd Annual Younes & Espiner Intervarsity Criminal Law Moot in the University of Wollongong.