LIV Legal Careers Fair 2015 is going to be a magnificent event. There are 29 exhibitors representing private practice, government and community legal centres. Registrations for the Careers Fair are open and students can register here.
Writing in plain language makes effective communication simpler and easier. The training contained half an hour presentation and a test exercise. It was conducted by Joh Kirby, Executive Director of Victoria Law Foundation in association with RMIT Law Students' Society.
ALSA is extremely pleased to announce the launch of the 2015 Wellbeing Guide. In light of the staggeringly high incidence of mental health problems within the legal profession, this Guide is intended to provide students with some practical, holistic and achievable ways of taking care of their health and wellbeing. The Guide covers a range of different topics, including study tips, finding balance, fun ways to be physically active and some super easy, super delicious recipes. It aims to open up a dialogue about health issues among students, and get them to prioritise taking care of themselves.
Invaluable to any law student, from those embarking on their first year, to the seasoned alumnus returning to academia, the ALSA Wellbeing Guide is a must have! Be sure and have it by your side as you embark on the next round of assessments.
You can access the ALSA Wellbeing Guide here.
A great night was had on Friday, 15 May, to celebrate the launch of the 2015 Careers Guide. Members - stay tuned to your inbox for your very own digital copy, or pick up one next time you are at Emily Mac.
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LSS End of Exams Drinks
Please join the LSS for the END OF SEMESTER DRINKS at Marrakech Cocktail Bar on the 26 June 2015 from 7:30pm. There will be plenty of beer, wine, champagne and spirits! Plus we will be having shisha pipes and canapés!!
For those that would like to stay on after the event you will get free entry into the nightclub!
Everyone is welcome and feel free to bring other friends and family along!
Tickets are $20 (members) and $25 (non members). They can be purchased on our website:http://www.rmitlss.com/events.html
JD Students Plan Competition
Please enter at http://www1.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=06ul52zix1e3z
Leo Cussen PTC July 2015 Intake – Apply Now!
Applications are open for first round offers which close 15 May 2015.
Our Application Form and Important Info are available online:
Applications will be accepted after this date, if places are still available. For more information phone Tania on (03) 9602 3111 / or email email@example.com
Free training session in plain language writing
Find out about plain language writing in this free one-hour training session presented by Victoria Law Foundation. You will learn how to write clearly and effectively to best communicate your message to a specific audience. Designed for RMIT JD students, the session will most benefit first year students wanting tips on assignment writing, and more senior students who are looking to develop their practical skills.
For those who are OUA students the lectures will be recorded and slides will be uploaded online.
When: 26 May 2015
Where: Room 013.03.009, Level 3 Building 13 (the old Emily McPherson building)
Who: All JD RMIT students welcome
RSVP by the 22nd May 2015
For more information and to RSVP please contact Mat, our Education Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Public Lecture – Chief Justice Robert French
Melbourne Law School is pleased to invite you to the 2015 Harold Ford Memorial Lecture.
The speaker is The Honourable Chief Justice Robert French AC, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, who will speak on “Trusts and Statutes”.
This is a free public lecture but registration is required. Following the lecture, you are invited to attend a dinner with Chief Justice French, the Dean and other members of Melbourne Law School and other guests – payment details for the dinner are below.
Date: Wednesday 24 May 2015
Time: 5:45pm (for refreshments, lecture to commence at 6:30pm)
Venue: David P. Derham Lecture Theatre, Level 1, Melbourne Law School, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton
For more details, please see the flyer which is available on the Law School website.
This is a free lecture, but registration is required. Please click here to register for the lecture.
If you wish to attend the post-lecture dinner you can purchase your ticket here.
Phone: 03 9035 1111
Check out Victorian Legal Aid’s New Newsletter
Please check out Victorian Legal Aid’s new newsletter, “Legal Aid Brief,” at http://us5.campaign-archive1.com/?u=fc9379734b7d80ad2318154fd&id=fa6c588321&e=a0db55b643
Salvos Red Shield Appeal 2015 Fundraising Opportunity
Fundraising volunteer opportunities…
DURING THE WEEK – CBD Train Station collecting
Dates: Any day Monday 25 to Friday 29 May
Numbers: 2-4 volunteers per group, up to 50 per day
Super early bird: 6.30am–9.30am
Lunch rush: 11am–2pm
Afternoon delight: 4–6pm
WEEKENDS - Intersection collecting
Dates: Sat 23, Sun 24, Sat 30, Sun 31 May or Sat 6 June
Numbers: 10 volunteers per group, up to 100 per day
Super early bird: 6.30am-10.30am
Lunch rush: 10am-1.30pm
Afternoon delight: 1pm-5pm
For more information or to book in a shift please email email@example.com or call 0424 193 442.
Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Come and help us celebrate the launch of the Careers Guide 2015!
We will have free beer, wine and cider as well as pizza for our guests.
This is a great opportunity to network with students as well as other members of the legal community.
We will be in Courtroom 2 of the Old Melbourne Magistrates Court!
Please register via the website so that you will be able to access the party.
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