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The latest from the RMIT Law Students' Society
Annual General Meeting - 14th September 14th September - 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The RMIT LSS will hold its Annual General Meeting on Thursday 14th September at 6:30pm. This event is fully catered and is a great opportunity to have your say about what the LSS can do for you.
If you're thinking about getting more involved as a committee member, coming to events or have some feedback on how the LSS can improve - please come along! It's a great opportunity to meet other members of the LSS and share in some food and drink.
End of Exams Dumplings Friday 15th November from 7:00pm
Join the LSS for an epic end of exams celebration feat. FREE DUMPLINGS for all your hard work. Bring along your fave wine and we will cover your BYO charge! Spaces are limited so grab your tickets now!
This event is FREE for LSS Members (registration essential - click here) ; non-members also welcome: $15.
2019 RMIT LSS Essay Competition Did you write a kick-arse paper for Contract Law and now don’t know what to do with it? Want some serious bragging rights and the chance to compete with it nationally? Then enter the RMIT LSS Essay Competition. You could win $100 and have your essay published in our LSS Law Journal! Check out last year's publication here.
Students are encouraged to submit an academic paper between 3,000 and 12,000 words on ANY legal issue. Your paper needs to have been graded at 70% or above.
This competition is open to all RMIT JD students.
ENTRIES close 30 September 2019 - submit your essay here.
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If you would like to get involved in the RMIT LSS, please feel free to email our President, Cassandra.
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