Sydney University Law Society
Sydney University Law Society (‘SULS’) aims to enrich the law student experience. It is the primary association for students studying law at The University of Sydney and is officially associated with the Faculty of Law. SULS provides the law school community with a variety events, activities and programs, including social events
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About Us — Sydney University Law Society
(2 days ago) ABOUT The Sydney University Law Society (SULS) is the primary association for students studying law at Sydney University, and is officially associated with the Faculty of Law. The membership of the society comprises all students in the Faculty of Law proceeding to a degree or diploma (including un
Women's — Sydney University Law Society
(Just Now) In collaboration with UNSW and UTS, the Sydney University Law Society is proud to announce the annual Intervarsity Women In Law Conference for 2020 set to be held in the Law Foyer at 6:30pm on April 6th 2020. With inspiring speakers and panellists from diverse professional backgrounds, this conference is designed to provide women an insight
International — Sydney University Law Society
(8 days ago) The International Student Guide 2019 brings together valuable information about study, work and life as an international student at Sydney Law. It is a rich resource full of guidance on career opportunities, academics, exchange programs, scholarships and living and working in Sydney. The guide directs students to dedicated support services for
Online Textbook Exchange — Sydney University Law Society
(9 days ago) To use SULS Online Textbook Exchange, you will need to navigate the Airtable board below. The board showcases a range of subjects in column style from Foundations of Law to final year electives on the very right. You can browse the options by scrolling up or down within each subject-specific column to find a textbook that you need.
Governance — Sydney University Law Society
(4 days ago) Governance. SULS is an incorporated association under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009 (NSW) and a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. SULS serves as the primary association for students studying law at The University of Sydney and is officially affiliated with the Faculty of Law.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions — Sydney University Law Society
(2 days ago) Law is an ideal discipline in which to offer a strongly student-driven support program. Law addresses dense and complicated material and requires extensive and careful reading. A free, peer facilitated learning program offers a great opportunity for students in their first, second and third years of law to focus on the areas with which they are
President's Welcome — Sydney University Law Society
(2 days ago) A warm welcome to the Law School community! By commencing your studies here, you have the opportunity to join 2,500+ others as a member of the Sydney University Law Society (SULS). SULS is the oldest, largest and most active student society on campus. Celebrating its 100th year anniversary next year, SULS has a long history of enriching the LLB
Citations — Sydney University Law Society
(3 days ago) Comparable common law jurisdictions have already begun to employ machine learning. In the USA, AI is used to estimate the risk of recidivism. The department overseeing New Zealand’s accident compensation scheme has recently committed to the nation’s charter regulating the use of algorithms in governmental decision-making.
Paralegal Jobs — Sydney University Law Society
(8 days ago) The Pro-invest Group law graduate role is a 2-year graduate program across two rotations: (1) Corporate and Compliance and (2) General and Employment Law. The Group will support the graduate through College of Law and with admission fees (subject to company’s learning and development graduate financial support rules).
International Competitions — Sydney University Law Society
(Just Now) The Jessup Moot is widely recognised as the most prestigious international mooting competition. The Jessup Moot provides competitors with an unparalleled opportunity to work closely in a team to represent fictional States in a hypothetical (but always topical) case before the International Court of Justice on cutting-edge areas of international law.
Internal Competitions — Sydney University Law Society
(5 days ago) Internal Competitions. SULS holds Internal Mooting and Skills Competitions which are available to Sydney University Law Students only. Though the thought of mooting for the first time can be intimidating, the internal competitions are tailored towards competitors of all levels, so there is always a competition to match your ability.
Streeton Lawyers — Sydney University Law Society
(Just Now) Streeton Lawyers. Streeton Lawyers is a top-tier criminal law firm that provides boutique and personalised representation for our clients. We specialise in criminal law and seek out lawyers who have a passion for justice and the drive to succeed. Our firm. Founded in 2011 by two former federal prosecutors, Streeton has grown over the years into
Publications — Sydney University Law Society
(7 days ago) Law in Society is an annual journal on current issues affecting the Australian legal landscape and the broader community. The journal was established in 2015 and the Law in Society site was created in 2017 in line with the journal's focus on law and technology for Semester 2 2017. The 2021 Law in Society can be downloaded here.
Executive Team — Sydney University Law Society
(3 days ago) The 2021 executive of the Sydney University Law Society is composed of the following individuals. Please feel free to contact any of them via the email addresses provided. President - Wendy Hu - [email protected]suls.org.au. Vice President (Education) - Sinem Kirk - [email protected]suls.org.au. Vice President (Careers) - Cameron Jordan - [email protected]suls.org.au.
Committees — Sydney University Law Society
(4 days ago) Appointed from all cohorts of the Law School, Committee members work closely with a specific portfolio and the wider SULS Organising Committee to implement their initiatives, forming the largest and most important members of the SULS team. A callout for volunteers occurs each year in early Semester 1, with a few Committees also being appointed
Other Opportunities — Sydney University Law Society
(3 days ago) The Sir Anthony Mason Essay Competition is an annual event for undergraduate and Juris Doctor students.. The competition winner will have the opportunity for their writing to be published in AusPubLaw alongside distinguished academics and will receive a $500 cash prize.. Students can take part in the competition by submitting a 2,000-2,500-word essay by …
Education Programs — Sydney University Law Society
(2 days ago) Law School Basics. Our ‘Law School Basics’ Seminar Series will step you through every aspect of studying at Law School – from readings, preparing for tutorials, making lecture notes, assignment technique, research skills and exam preparation. The events offer you the chance to ask questions of an experienced academic panel.
Gilbert + Tobin — Sydney University Law Society
(7 days ago) Gilbert + Tobin. Gilbert + Tobin is a leading transactions, regulatory and disputes law firm, committed to outstanding citizenship. We guide our clients through defining moments in their business and are renowned for our ability to get things done.
Intervarsity Competitions — Sydney University Law Society
(9 days ago) MULS Clayton Utz Environmental Law Moot (Semester 2) This is a new competition introduced in 2020 by Macquarie University. The question focuses on the areas of trade and environment, water law and governance, pollution and environmental regulation, Indigenous peoples, customary law and natural resource management, or climate change.
Volunteer Roles — Sydney University Law Society
(4 days ago) The Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) seeks a dedicated person to join its team of committed human rights lawyers as a Practical Legal Trainee (students who hold a law degree and who are undertaking a course for practical admission as a lawyer).
Mimi Zou — Sydney University Law Society
(2 days ago) I always perceived Sydney Law School to be the top law school in the country. Eminent people in the Australian legal profession and the wider community whom I most admired all went to Sydney Law School. I was also attracted to the reputation of the law school as having the most brilliant legal academics in the country (and the world!) 2.
Sport — Sydney University Law Society
(Just Now) The Law faculty has excelled in this competition over the past few years, winning the Emily Small Shield in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. This is a social competition in which all skills levels are welcome and encouraged to participate. One of the best things about it is that it there are absolutely no costs!
Socials — Sydney University Law Society
(1 days ago) Law Ball. Law Ball: the highlight of the SULS social calendar each year, where we dress to the nines, smile for the cameras and have a night of glammed up fun. Following a three course meal and after you’ve hit the dance floor, this event is complete with an after-party, so keep your eyes out for a Save the Date in Semester 2!
Queer — Sydney University Law Society
(9 days ago) Queer. The SULS queer portfolio, headed by the Queer Officer, aims to provide support and guidance to queer-identifying (LGBTIQ) students in the law school. SULS is committed to fostering a friendly and discrimination-free environment on campus, where students can feel comfortable with who they are and what they identify as.
Womens Mooting Program — Sydney University Law Society
(6 days ago) Beyond the law, Alyssa holds strong opinions about the correct way to construct a cheeseboard, makes a mean espresso martini, and can usually be found drinking wine with Joy. Joy Chen. Joy graduated from the University of Sydney in 2019, with a double degree in Architecture and Law.
Juvenile Justice Mentoring Program — Sydney University Law
(9 days ago) The Youth Justice Mentoring Scheme (YJMS) began as an initiative in 2011 out of the work of the Sydney University Law Society’s Indigenous Social Justice Subcommittee. SULS began by sending volunteers one day a week to Juniperina Juvenile Justice Centre in Lidcombe to run recreational activities with the all-female residents at the centre.
Contact Us — Sydney University Law Society
(4 days ago) The SULS Executive team will be available via Zoom for an online consultation. If you are feeling anxious about the current Covid-19 situation, or have any questions for someone specific or just want to learn more about an aspect of SULS and the Law …
Introductory Mooting Program — Sydney University Law Society
(2 days ago) The Introductory Mooting Program, first launched in 2020, is a 4 week program introduced in Semester 1 to develop the mooting skills of participants and foster relationships within the competitions community. Through 1.5 hour weekly mentoring sessions with senior competitors, mentees learn essential research skills, how to write written
Equity Schemes — Sydney University Law Society
(8 days ago) Our Financial Grants Scheme allows students who demonstrate need to be reimbursed for purchases related to law school for up to $100. These reimbursements are for law-school related purchases, and can be for items such as stationery, textbooks, printing, SULS events tickets and competition costs. Please read the Financial Grants Policy 2020 for
Sponsorship — Sydney University Law Society
(5 days ago) Sponsorship 2021. The Sydney University Law Society (‘SULS’) is the largest and oldest student society at Sydney University. We provide our member base of more than 2500 LLB, JD, and postgraduate students with an enriching law student experience while facilitating the transition from Law School to the workforce with the help of our sponsors.
Careers Presentations — Sydney University Law Society
(6 days ago) SULS, in partnership with firms, hosts a series of practice group presentations on campus throughout the year. These presentations aim to provide students with a better understanding of the work done in some of the practice areas of mid-tier and top-tier law firms. Refreshments are provided during the presentations.
Brecht Valcke — Sydney University Law Society
(7 days ago) Sydney Law School provides you with the skills to analyse a problem, find the tools (law, cases, etc) to solve the problem. My day to day job is more about knowing where to find the law and finding arguments to the problem that are in the best interest of the client than it is about knowing the law by heart. 9.
Education FAQ — Sydney University Law Society
(7 days ago) Most law school assessments (with the exception of class participation) are marked anonymously in line with University policy. This is to reduce both conscious and unconscious bias in order to provide a fair opportunity for grading for all students.
Jobs Board — Sydney University Law Society
(4 days ago) Jobs Board. The Sydney University Law Society aims to provide students with access to workplaces that are happy, safe and fulfilling. In turn, we are deeply concerned by students being exposed to exploitation, discrimination, bullying and harassment in their workplaces. If you have ever felt unsafe or exploited in a legal job (or a job related
Careers Mentoring Program — Sydney University Law Society
(9 days ago) Careers Mentoring Program. The Careers Mentoring Program pairs Sydney Law School students in the final stages of their degree with mentors from a variety of practice areas including judges, commercial lawyers, barristers, academics, and professionals from the social justice and government sector.
Aun Qi Koh — Sydney University Law Society
(4 days ago) Law school provided me with knowledge about certain subjects that is useful in my line of work, eg international law and criminal law. 9. Biggest Challenge and how you got over it/did you ever get over it? Learning how to ask for help, and knowing when it’s ok to quit. In hindsight, I knew I wasn’t cut out to be a lawyer and towards the end