Our vision is to create a vibrant and high calibre law student society that establishes a culture focused on the pursuit of excellence in legal studies and garners impeccable regard for the quality of the RMIT program and its graduates. Get your 2020 membership here.
The latest from the RMIT Law Students' Society
2020 Membership Now Open! RMIT Law Students' Society Membership is now open for 2020, please ensure you've renewed your membership to get access to all the fantastic member benefits. Membership of the RMIT Law Students' Society is your ticket to getting the most out of your law degree and entitles you to:
Free entry to most RMIT LSS events including social, education and careers events.
Discounted members' pricing on all other RMIT LSS events including the Law Ball.
Entry into all RMIT LSS competitions such as the Essay Competition and Junior Moot.
Ability to represent RMIT in competitions both nationally and internationally.
Supports the RMIT LSS to advocate on your behalf with the University.
Qualifies you to nominate and vote for executive positions.
And much more!
Please click here to purchase your yearly membership and join our Facebook group here.
First Year JD Dinner - postponed ** This event has been postponed until Semester 2 *** Straight after your second Intro class, join us for a proper sit-down dinner to formally welcome you to RMIT JD and celebrate your first month of the degree! All year levels are invited to welcome our newbies.
Want to get involved?
The LSS is now recruiting for: - Social Media Coordinator - Events Coordinator - Careers Director
If you would like to get involved in the RMIT LSS, apply hereor feel free to email our President, Cassandra. No experience necessary. All positions are flexible and designed for fit around university and work commitments. For more information about these positions, see our General Committee Position Guide for Semester 1 2020 below.
Acknowledgement of country RMIT LSS acknowledges, recognises and respects the Elders, past, present and future of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet.