Apply now to represent RMIT at the 2020/1 Vis Moot! A prestigious international mooting competition and once in a lifetime opportunity to enhance your resume and build your advocacy skills. More details below.
Graduating soon? Find out How to Get Admitted and Get Employed
The experts at Leo Cussen will host this RMIT-specific session to answer all your questions about PLT, Covid changes and how to enhance your employability. Oct 6 > details below
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to compete against hundreds of teams from all over the world in a prestigious international arbitration moot. Work as a team to build your advocacy and problem solving skills all while getting full course credit - this year with the advantage of a fully online experience.
Selection is competitive and applications close on 21 September so don't miss out!
Apply here or contact email@example.com for more information.
Curia Legal is a legal startup dedicated to providing innovative learning opportunities for law students.
To launch Curia Legal, we are running an essay competition open to all law students across Australia. The winner of the competition will have the exclusive opportunity to receive a one-on-one mentoring and coaching session with leading Australian barrister, Katherine Brazenor. Katherine practices in all areas of commercial and corporate law. In 2017 and 2018, she was awarded "Barrister of the Year" at the Lawyers' Weekly Women in Law Awards and at the Lawyers' Weekly Australian Law Awards. This is a fantastic opportunity for law students to develop their network and gain valuable insight into working at the Bar.
For more info. Completed essays should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org where they will then be passed on to the Judging Panel.
How to Get Admitted and Get Employed: Hosted by Leo Cussen
Session for RMIT students
Join our friends at Leo Cussen for a PLT information session specifically for RMIT students! Find out about getting admitted with the PLT and finding employment in the COVID era. Tuesday 6 October 5.30PM on Zoom. Find out more and RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/350809909634422
Would you know how to assist a co-worker or friend who was experiencing a mental health problem? In Australia, 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness in any given year. Early recognition of signs and symptoms can lead to a return to usual performance quickly and can alleviate the problems worsening.
There are currently two different Group sessions available:
Group 1: 28 September AND 5 October (must be available on both days 1.30pm - 4pm AEST) OR
Group 2: 19 October AND 26 October (must be available on both days 1.30pm - 4pm AEST)
Please note that attendees must complete a 6 hour e-learning module ahead of the first training session in order to receive certification. Places for both sessions are limited. To register your interest, please fill out the following form: https://forms.gle/iBZPgxQ36SaU9Wb68
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