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.
Congratulations to the winners of the 5th Biannual College of Law Client Interview Competition. 1st Place - Hannah McDonald, 2nd Place - Murphy Hawkins, 3rd Place - Elise Steegstra. Congratulations to all competitors. Good luck to Hannah and Murphy who will be representing RMIT at ALSA Conference 2015.
You can have a look at all the great things ALSA are doing here http://eepurl.com/bhYwQb
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Teams from law schools across Australia and New Zealand competed in the Australian Law Students’ Association’s competitions in Brisbane last week.
RMIT represented in the Championship moot and the Client Interview Competition.
Teams from Bond University took out the championship moot, while Sydney Law School won the Client Interviewing Competition.
Further information can be found on the ALSA website and facebook pages
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