Law Students’ Society (LSS) Notices

LSS General Notices

1. The L Card

You may be wondering what the new card you received with your membership keyring is, and it is an exciting new initiative with all Victorian LSS’ to create one discount card to be used across Melbourne.

On Clayton campus, the card is accepted at Artichoke & Whitebait and Taste Baguette for a 10% discount. For a full list of discounts, visit thevlcard.com.

2. Monash University Generator presents “The Ideator”

If you’ve got a start-up idea (or three) rattling around in your brain…

If you’re interested in entrepreneurship and innovation, even if you’ve never considered doing it yourself…

If you’re a technowhiz, marketing genius, builder, leader or cheer squad…

Everyone has a unique skill or an interesting perspective that can add value.

The IDEATOR is a fun start-up event where you can hash through lots of ideas, hack through a few promising ones and pitch the best ideas.

This could be a really fun 2 days, or it could be the start of an amazing journey.

Whether you’re a die hard junkie of the start-up or just want to vicariously experience the buzz of entrepreneurship, we welcome you to come along, and bring a friend!

When: 1.00pm Tuesday 24 May – 4.30pm Wednesday 25 May 2016

Where: 271 Collins St, Melbourne

What: start-up hackathon with mentorship, prototyping, pitch practice, etc.

Sector: 3 tracks – life science, Monash Challenge (IT), small biz/social

Sign up here.

3. Law Council of Australia Scholarships: Business Law

Each year the Business Law Section offers three scholarships of $5000 to the writer of the best papers in fields of Competition, Corporations and Taxation Law.

The scholarships are targeted to ‘early career’ legal professionals with less than four years of professional experience in the legal field of their paper. In the past winners have come from across academia, business and government sectors.

These scholarships are well suited to any Honours or research student who has previously written on a topic in one of the available fields.

Entries close Sunday 31 July 2016 at 5.00pm. For more information, please see here.

4. Leap into Leadership Online

Leap into Leadership Online is a suite of free modules to develop your employability and leadership skills at your own pace. It’s available for all current Monash students, any time – so you can complete as many modules as you like, at any stage of your studies.

Each module is practical, straightforward and fun, and takes about one to two hours to complete. There are no formal assessments to hand in, and you’ll earn a certificate for each module.

So, whether you want to hone your skills in communication, managing events or projects, teamwork or goal-setting, check out the modules on offer and get started today.

5. Lawyers for Animals Trivia Night

Lawyers for Animals for like to invite you to their first Trivia Night!

Gather a team together, or join one, to test your general knowledge and to benefit animals.

It will be a fun and informative evening with a hint of legal competition.

Date: Friday 20 May 2016

Time: from 5.30pm

Venue: The Apartment (bar), 401 Little Bourke St, Melbourne

Cost: $11.40 + optional $15 vegan dinner box

For more info and to purchase tickets please see here.

LSS Careers Notices

1. Herbert Smith Freehills Commercial Series

Herbert Smith Freehills invites you to an evening to learn more about the firm, practice areas, who they are and what they do.

Join them for a practical and interactive networking evening on any of the following dates.

All sessions run from 5.00pm – 7.00pm at Herbert Smith Freehills, Level 42, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne.

Wednesday 18 May: Finance, real estate and projects

Monday 23 May: Dispute resolution

Thursday 26 May: Employment, pensions and incentives

Monday 30 May: Corporate

Please register here if you are interested in attending one of the above events.

Please note that places are allocated to penultimate year students in the first instance.

2. Ashurst Open House

Aim beyond pure legal knowledge. Beyond commercial advice. Be known for something more: a clarity of thought and an instinct for problem solving that can influence governments and leading businesses the world over.

Join our Open House in Melbourne and we’ll show you first-hand what it is like to work at Ashurst.

You will have the opportunity to interact with all levels of the firm giving you an insight to the work we do across our practice areas, the clients we work with and to understand what life is like for our seasonal clerks and graduates.

This event is for highly driven law students graduating no earlier than 2018, with a genuine interest in practising commercial law.

Please register your interest here. You will be asked to complete a short application form and upload your CV.

Date: Tuesday 26 May 2016

Time: 5.00pm – 7.30pm

Venue: Ashurst, 181 William St, Melbourne

3. Environmental Justice Australia Volunteer Program – winter internships close 16 May 2016

Environmental Justice Australia (formerly the Environment Defenders Office) is offering a limited number of two-week internships for June – July 2016 to law students with a genuine and demonstrable interest in environmental issues, social justice issues and environmental law.

Opportunities available include providing paralegal support in Envirojustice cases, researching and updating publications and contributing to policy and law reform projects in areas such as biodiversity protection and climate change.

Internships are voluntary and based in the EJA office at the 60L Green Building, 60 Leicester Street, Carlton.

Applications are due by 5.00pm on Monday 16 May 2016.

For more information and how to apply please see here.

Competitions

1. HSF-NLUD International Negotiation Competition (INC)

INC is a competition organised by Herbert Smith Freehills and National Law University Delhi.

The first edition of the competition took place in 2014 and it was a big hit. The second edition, which was held in September 2015, drew participants from 23 internationally renowned universities from five countries, including the likes of Cambridge, Oxford, Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Cologne.

The competition aims at providing an opportunity to law students of select top universities across the globe to practice and improve their negotiation skills. It provides a platform for students to compete in a truly diverse and an international environment. The competition is carefully structured to simulate legal negotiations particularly for those students who aspire to be international lawyers.

Students participating in the competition will assume the roles of international lawyers in negotiating a series of legal problems. The problems will be based on real life examples and will comprise a common set of facts known to all participants and confidential information known only to the participants representing a particular side.

Each team will consist of two students, who must be enrolled in a full time degree (undergraduate or postgraduate) as at September 1 2016. Only one team per university will be allowed. The competition will begin 15 June 2016 (release of the problem), with the finals being 11 September 2016 and held in Delhi, India.

Please see here for more information.

2. 2016 National Essay Competition – open now

The NEC is open to all Australian law students and recent law graduates.

Students are encouraged to submit an academic paper between 3,000 and 12,000 words on any legal issue.

The winner will receive a prize of $1,000. The top four papers will also receive national exposure in the 2016 Australian Law Students’ Association Academic Journal which is distributed to all Australian law student societies.

The due date for all submissions is Monday 6 June 2016 at 5.00pm AEST.

For further information about the competition, including the submission requirements and marking criteria, please see here.

Social Justice & Equity

1. Brimbank Melton Community Legal Centre Volunteer Opportunities

Brimbank Melton Community Legal Centre is currently taking applications for its 2016 Semester 2 volunteer intake.

If you are interested in social justice and gaining legal experience working with clients who are socially and economically marginalised please consider applying.

We are currently looking for volunteers across both our offices, St Albans and Melton. The role will require a 12 month commitment to complete one full day per week.

If you are interested please send your current CV and a covering letter (as attached PDF files) to legal@comm-unityplus.org.au.

2. Clayton Utz Diversity Lecture

Clayton Utz will be hosting the inaugural Diversity Lecture at its Melbourne office this May.

This year, members of the CU LGBTI Alliance will present the lecture which will focus on the current legal framework concerning children hoping to transition and how it could be improved.  As you may know, a key concern for these children and their families is the requirement for court approval before being able to undergo treatment.  The lecture will address this and other issues.

The idea to host the lecture is borne out of CU’s desire to connect more with uni students, its prospective employees, by showing them its interest in and commitment to issues affecting groups which make its workplace a diverse and enriched environment. The CU LGBTI program, the LGBTI Alliance, is the mechanism through which the firm seeks to ensure that it has a culture of inclusion.

Date: Wednesday 18 May 2016

Time: drinks from 6.00pm with a 6.30pm start time

Venue: Clayton Utz, Level 18, 333 Collins Street, Melbourne

RSVP essential: please email aottobre@claytonutz.com with your name and university by Wednesday 11 May 2016.

3. King & Wood Mallesons “The Displacement Project”

On Wednesday 8 June 2016, King & Wood Mallesons, together with UNSW’s Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, are hosting a panel event, “The Displacement Project – Perspectives on Climate Change and Displacement”.

The Displacement Project aims to raise awareness among members of the legal profession and the broader community about climate change-related migration and displacement, the limitations of existing international legal frameworks and the policies that can be implemented in response to this issue.

The Displacement Project has two fantastic speakers, from cross-disciplinary fields, who will each offer a unique insight into the human impact of climate change.

Please register here.

More details about the event can be found here.

JD

1. JD Office Hours

The JD LSS office hours are as follows:

Monday: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Wednesday: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Thursday: 11.00am – 3.00pm

During these times memberships and event tickets can be purchased. However if these times do not suit you please contact jd.adminactivities@monashlss.com

Undergraduate Notices

1. Applications for Clinical Legal Education units

Applications are now open for Professional Practice, Family Law Assistance Program and Clinical Externship.

Applications close on Friday 27 May 2016 and the outcome will be emailed to successful students within 2 weeks of this date.

For further information about these units please see here.

General Notices

1. Faculty Managed Internship Opportunity – Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA) Internship

Applications are now open for the three month internship from December 2016 – February 2017.

Applications close Friday 15 July 2016.

For further information please see application process and eligibility criteria.

Student Mobility Funding may be provided. Please see eligibility criteria.

2. Are you ready for a global career?

Contemporary legal practice is no longer limited to the local.

Lawyers now practice in a global context: across jurisdictions, in diverse cultural environments and often mediated by digital technologies.

Against this context this new unit (LAW4250, offered over Summer 2016-17) provides the foundation from which law graduates might take advantage of the increasing opportunities in global legal practice.

Please see here for more details.

3. Connecting with Law Short Film Competition

The Connecting with Law Short Film Competition is launching again for 2016.

Open to all Australian law students, the Connecting with Law Short Film Competition is an opportunity for students to get creative, get their name known in law and be in the running to win great prizes.

This year, students are invited to create a 2-5 minute film about what inspires them to study law, that will educate, entertain and engage their fellow law students and help them connect with law.

Please find more information here.

Please note entries close Friday 29 July 2016.

4. International Trade and Business Law Review – request for submissions

The Editorial Board of the International Trade and Business Law Review (‘the Review) are now inviting submissions for Volume XX of the Review.

The Review publishes leading articles consisting of original research, case notes, comments, and book reviews concerning international trade and business law, arbitration law and comparative law.

Academic staff and students now have the opportunity to make a submission to the Review.

Please find more information including submission details in this letter here.

Please note submissions close Friday 1 July 2016.

For more details contact Editor Tracy Albintracy.albin@student.curtin.edu.au

5. Leap into Leadership Online to boost your employability today

Leap into Leadership Online (LiLO) is a suite of practical, straightforward and fun online modules. Become a leader and build your skills in communication, teamwork, problem-solving, event management and more.

Modules take about 1 to 2 hours to complete, and you can do them any time, at any stage of your degree.

Read more, choose a topic and enrol now.

6. Medico-Legal Society of Victoria Essay Competition

The Medico Legal Society of Victoria would like to invite final year students studying Law or Medicine to enter an essay competition.

The topic of the essay is:

“The most controversial issue the medico-legal sphere faces today is…..”

The competition is an excellent opportunity for final year students to gain access to a professional organisation prior completion of their degrees and the opportunity to meet and learn from professionals in their field.

The competition will close on Monday 30 May 2016.

Essays should be between 1500 and 2000 words in length.

Total (non-cash) Prize value is approximately $1,635.00 per Prize winner.

For more details please click here.

7. Prestigious Scholarship Information Session

Prestigious scholarships provide outstanding students with the resources needed to excel.

These generous and well recognised scholarships are open to those committed to contributing to a better future, and who are able to demonstrate leadership and academic merit.

The Prestigious Scholarship Information Session will provide interested students with strategies and handy tips about how to apply, firsthand information from the scholarship providers in attendance and the opportunity to ask questions and receive personal advice.

Attending the event will be representatives from Museum Victoria, the Menzies Foundation, the Fulbright Commission, the Department of Education and Training (Endeavour Scholarship), the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (New Colombo Plan), the Sir John Monash Foundation and Westpac (Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship), and recipients from various scholarships including the Rhodes Trust.

A light lunch will also be provided.

Who can attend: Undergraduate students in their final year, masters and PhD students.

Date: Thursday 26 May 2016

Time: 12.00pm–2.00pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre S1, 16 Rainforest Walk, Clayton campus

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Melina Talanis (melina.talanis@monash.edu), Senior Industry and Community Connections Officer.

8. Taxation Law and Advanced Taxation Law

Considering an additional qualification?

Two of our LLB(Hons) units (LAW4704 Taxation Law and LAW4332 Advanced Taxation Law) have been approved by the Tax Practitioners Board as approved courses in Australian taxation law that can count towards qualification as a registered tax agent. Note that in addition to undertaking these units, there are other requirements that must also be met.

Please find further information here about the requirements for becoming a registered tax agent.

For details of the approved courses please see here.

Please contact Professor Stephen Barkoczy (Stephen.Barkoczy@monash.edu) if you have any further queries.

9. What is Mediation? Free seminar with Vic Small Business Commissioner

If you’ve ever wondered about the mediation process and how it works, join Geoff Browne, the Victorian Small Business Commissioner (VSBC), for an overview of the mediation service provided by his Office.

This session will be co-hosted by the VSBC principal mediator, who will walk you through the mediation process, from arriving at the mediation venue to finalising Terms of Settlement, and highlight how to best prepare for and participate in a mediation.

The VSBC provides an independent, low cost mediation service for business-to-business commercial disputes.

The free session will be held during Law Week in one of the VSBC’s mediation rooms. There will be time at the end of the session for Q&As.

Attendees will also receive information packs including a $20 discount voucher towards an initial mentoring session with the Small Business Mentoring Service.

Date: Thursday 19 May 2016

Time: 5.30pm to 6.15pm (tea/coffee and biscuits on arrival)

Venue: Blue Mediation Room, Level 2, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne (NB: Level 2 lifts are located on the Bourke St side of the building)

RSVP: registration essential here.

Please note: places are limited.

The VSBC is also running a series of webinars for Law Week. Check them out here.

Note: an earlier version of the General Notices in the Student Gazette (9 May 2016) contained an advertisement for applications for 2017 Endeavour Mobility Grants. This was placed in the Student Gazette incorrectly and has been removed. We apologise for any confusion caused.

Careers

1. Improving your clerkship or traineeship applications

If you’re an Undergrad or Postgrad and preparing applications for clerkships or traineeships, join us at this session to obtain insider tips about the application process.

Learn to tailor your applications and gain information regarding the 2016 Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) Guidelines.

Sylvie Alston from the Young Lawyer’s section of the LIV will be coming to talk about the application process for seasonal clerkships and traineeships.

Please RSVP for either session here.

Please bring your student ID for entry.

Monday session

Date: Monday 9 May 2016

Time: 4.00pm – 5.00pm

Venue: H1, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

Thursday session

Date: Thursday 12 May 2016

Time: 1.00pm – 2.00pm

Venue: L1, Law Building, 15 Ancora Imparo Way​, Clayton Campus

2. Student Futures – new online tool to help prepare for your career

Careers Connect have just launched a new website for student careers, called Student Futures.

Student Futures is an online tool to help you prepare for your career.

It helps students find opportunities, track progress toward career-oriented goals, hones in on basic job preparation (CV, interviews, etc) and contains units on employability skills.

Give it a go today.

Events

1. Book Launch – United States Migrant Interdiction and the Detention of Refugees in Guantánamo Bay

Australia’s detention of asylum seekers in Nauru and Papua New Guinea is modelled on the long standing US Migrant Interdiction Program which includes the detention of refugees by the US in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

This new book by Dr Azadeh Dastyari examines the US’ compliance with its legal obligations as it interdicts asylum seekers at sea, detains refugees in its immigration detention centre in Guantánamo Bay and resettles refugees in third countries. It asks what lessons can be learned from the world’s longest running offshore processing and detention regime.

To be launched by Senator Sam Dastyari.

Date: Tuesday 17 May 2016

Time: 6.00pm – 7.30pm

Venue: Monash Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

RSVP: Tuesday 10 May 2016, online here

Please find more information here.

2. Castan Centre fundraising film night: ‘Chasing Asylum’

The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law invites you to this powerful fundraising event; the film the Australian government doesn’t want you to see.

Chasing Asylum exposes the real impact of Australia’s offshore detention policies and explores how ‘The Lucky Country’ became one where leaders choose detention over compassion and governments deprive the desperate of their basic human rights.

The film features never-before-seen footage from inside Australia’s offshore detention camps, revealing the personal impact of sending those in search of a safe home to languish in limbo.

Chasing Asylum explores the mental, physical and fiscal consequences of Australia’s decision to lock away families in unsanitary conditions away from media scrutiny, destroying their lives under the pretext of saving them.

Join us for this special screening and fundraising event.

Date: Wednesday 1 June 2016

Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Venue: Classic Cinema, 9 Gordon Street, Elsternwick, VIC 3185

Cost: $24.08 per ticket

Buy tickets here.

Watch the trailer. (MA15+ Strong Coarse Language)

3. Castan Centre Annual Human Rights Conference 2016

Join over 300 attendees from the law, civil society, academia and business at Australia’s only annual human rights conference. Limited student rate tickets are limited.

Speaker line up so far includes:

  • Mr Stan Grant, Indigenous Affairs Editor of the Guardian Australia, on the way forward for Indigenous reconciliation
  • The Hon Martin Pakula MP, Victorian Attorney-General, on Developments in Human Rights in Victoria
  • Professor Anne Aly, Professor at Edith Cowan University and Founding Chair of People Against Violent Extremism, on Radicalisation, Terrorism and Human Rights
  • Professor Mary Crock, Professor of Public Law at The University of Sydney, on Making Every Life Count:  International Law and The Protection of Persons with Disabilities in Displacement
  • Mariam Veiszadah, Ambassador of Welcome to Australia and President of Islamophobia Register Australia, on Islamophobia in Australia
  • Julian McMahon, lawyer for Van Tuong Nguyen and members of the Bali Nine, on the executions of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan and what has followed in the region

Date: Friday 22 July 2016

Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm

Venue: The Edge, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne

Full details on the Castan Centre website. Check it out for up-to-date speaker line up.

4. Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation Lecture Series

Registrations are now open for the Monash Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation lecture series.

Interested undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff are all welcome to attend the lectures.

Further information on topics, speakers and registration can be found here.

5. The Future of Lawyering: facing the big challenges in the 21st century

This panel brings together a number of professionals from across the legal sector to discuss the future of lawyering in Australia.

The panellists will explore some of the big legal practice challenges of today, including graduate employment prospects in an increasingly crowded market.

The panellists will also explore the global move towards ‘experiential’ and ‘work integrated learning’ and consider how this and other initiatives might help improve law students’ competitiveness in and preparedness for future employment.

Date: Thursday 19 May 2016

Time: 6.00pm

Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

RSVP: Thursday 12 May online here

For full details please click here.

6. University Scholars Leadership Symposium – Hanoi, Vietnam

Humanitarian Affairs UK is selecting internationally minded student leaders to attend the 7th University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS), from August 1st to 7th 2016 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

The USLS empowers students not only to become more aware of current humanitarian crises, but to do something about them.

Please find further information about the event here and application form here.

Applications are open to Monash Law students until Sunday 15 May 2016.

7. Young people & the law

Migrant Resource Centre North West will present a panel of experts during Law Week 2016 to discuss a range of legal issues affecting young people, their relatives and carers.

Topics will include homelessness, drugs and alcohol, discrimination and human rights. Several young people will also share their own experiences with the law.

Date: Friday 20 May 2016

Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Location: State Library of Victoria, Melbourne CBD

Cost: Free

RSVP essential. Book tickets (and more info) here.

Law Students’ Society (LSS) Notices

LSS General Notices

1. The L Card

You may be wondering what the new card you received with your membership keyring is, and it is an exciting new initiative with all Victorian LSS’ to create one discount card to be used across Melbourne.

On Clayton campus, the card is accepted at Artichoke & Whitebait and Taste Baguette for a 10% discount. For a full list of discounts, visit thevlcard.com.

2. Monash University Generator presents “The Ideator”

If you’ve got a start-up idea (or three) rattling around in your brain…

If you’re interested in entrepreneurship and innovation, even if you’ve never considered doing it yourself…

If you’re a technowhiz, marketing genius, builder, leader or cheer squad…

Everyone has a unique skill or an interesting perspective that can add value.

The IDEATOR is a fun start-up event where you can hash through lots of ideas, hack through a few promising ones and pitch the best ideas.

This could be a really fun 2 days, or it could be the start of an amazing journey.

Whether you’re a die hard junkie of the start-up or just want to vicariously experience the buzz of entrepreneurship, we welcome you to come along, and bring a friend!

When: 1.00pm Tuesday 24 May – 4.30pm Wednesday 25 May 2016

Where: 271 Collins St, Melbourne

What: start-up hackathon with mentorship, prototyping, pitch practice, etc.

Sector: 3 tracks – life science, Monash Challenge (IT), small biz/social

Sign up here.

3. Law Council of Australia Scholarships: Business Law

Each year the Business Law Section offers three scholarships of $5000 to the writer of the best papers in fields of Competition, Corporations and Taxation Law.

The scholarships are targeted to ‘early career’ legal professionals with less than four years of professional experience in the legal field of their paper. In the past winners have come from across academia, business and government sectors.

These scholarships are well suited to any Honours or research student who has previously written on a topic in one of the available fields.

Entries close Sunday 31 July 2016 at 5.00pm. For more information, please see here.

4. Leap into Leadership Online

Leap into Leadership Online is a suite of free modules to develop your employability and leadership skills at your own pace. It’s available for all current Monash students, any time – so you can complete as many modules as you like, at any stage of your studies.

Each module is practical, straightforward and fun, and takes about one to two hours to complete. There are no formal assessments to hand in, and you’ll earn a certificate for each module.

So, whether you want to hone your skills in communication, managing events or projects, teamwork or goal-setting, check out the modules on offer and get started today.

5. Lawyers for Animals Trivia Night

Lawyers for Animals for like to invite you to their first Trivia Night!

Gather a team together, or join one, to test your general knowledge and to benefit animals.

It will be a fun and informative evening with a hint of legal competition.

Date: Friday 20 May 2016

Time: from 5.30pm

Venue: The Apartment (bar), 401 Little Bourke St, Melbourne

Cost: $11.40 + optional $15 vegan dinner box

For more info and to purchase tickets please see here.

LSS Careers Notices

1. The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 2017 Graduate Program

Applications for the 2017 Graduate Program with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet are now open.

Do you want to make a real contribution to the success of our country? DPMC offers exciting and fulfilling work at the heart of government with career development opportunities difficult to find elsewhere.

The Graduate Programme is a two year, structured, on-the-job development programme that provides you with the support, opportunities and challenges you need to kick start your career in the Australian Public Service (APS).

Roles are primarily located in Canberra however opportunities may also be available in our Regional Network. Graduates are anticipated to commence work in February 2017.

Applications close Thursday 12 May 2016.

Please see here for more information and to apply.

2. Ashurst Open House

Aim beyond pure legal knowledge. Beyond commercial advice. Be known for something more: a clarity of thought and an instinct for problem solving that can influence governments and leading businesses the world over.

Join our Open House in Melbourne and we’ll show you first-hand what it is like to work at Ashurst.

You will have the opportunity to interact with all levels of the firm giving you an insight to the work we do across our practice areas, the clients we work with and to understand what life is like for our seasonal clerks and graduates.

This event is for highly driven law students graduating no earlier than 2018, with a genuine interest in practising commercial law.

Please register your interest here. You will be asked to complete a short application form and upload your CV.

Date: Tuesday 26 May 2016

Time: 5.00pm – 7.30pm

Venue: Ashurst, 181 William St, Melbourne

3. Global Consulting Group (GCG)

Interested in exploring a career in consulting? Apply to become a Project Consultant with GCG today.

Contrary to common misconceptions, management consulting is a popular career path for many law graduates from a variety of backgrounds.

GCG provides pro-bono consulting services for a wide range of not-for-profits. From TedTalks to St Vinnies, GCG provides an unrivalled opportunity for students to work on real projects and issues affecting many NFPs both domestically and abroad. Students will work on semester long engagements in a small project team with the support of industry professionals from leading consulting firms.

Applications close midnight Friday 13 May 2016.

See here for more info.

4. Environmental Justice Australia Volunteer Program – winter internships close 16 May 2016

Environmental Justice Australia (formerly the Environment Defenders Office) is offering a limited number of two-week internships for June – July 2016 to law students with a genuine and demonstrable interest in environmental issues, social justice issues and environmental law.

Opportunities available include providing paralegal support in Envirojustice cases, researching and updating publications and contributing to policy and law reform projects in areas such as biodiversity protection and climate change.

Internships are voluntary and based in the EJA office at the 60L Green Building, 60 Leicester Street, Carlton.

Applications are due by 5.00pm on Monday 16 May 2016.

For more information and how to apply please see here.

Competitions

1. HSF-NLUD International Negotiation Competition (INC)

INC is a competition organised by Herbert Smith Freehills and National Law University Delhi.

The first edition of the competition took place in 2014 and it was a big hit. The second edition, which was held in September 2015, drew participants from 23 internationally renowned universities from five countries, including the likes of Cambridge, Oxford, Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Cologne.

The competition aims at providing an opportunity to law students of select top universities across the globe to practice and improve their negotiation skills. It provides a platform for students to compete in a truly diverse and an international environment. The competition is carefully structured to simulate legal negotiations particularly for those students who aspire to be international lawyers.

Students participating in the competition will assume the roles of international lawyers in negotiating a series of legal problems. The problems will be based on real life examples and will comprise a common set of facts known to all participants and confidential information known only to the participants representing a particular side.

Each team will consist of two students, who must be enrolled in a full time degree (undergraduate or postgraduate) as at September 1 2016. Only one team per university will be allowed. The competition will begin 15 June 2016 (release of the problem), with the finals being 11 September 2016 and held in Delhi, India.

Please see here for more information.

2. 2016 National Essay Competition – open now

The NEC is open to all Australian law students and recent law graduates.

Students are encouraged to submit an academic paper between 3,000 and 12,000 words on any legal issue.

The winner will receive a prize of $1,000. The top four papers will also receive national exposure in the 2016 Australian Law Students’ Association Academic Journal which is distributed to all Australian law student societies.

The due date for all submissions is Monday 6 June 2016 at 5.00pm AEST.

For further information about the competition, including the submission requirements and marking criteria, please see here.

Social Justice & Equity

1. Clayton Utz Diversity Lecture

Clayton Utz will be hosting the inaugural Diversity Lecture at its Melbourne office this May.

This year, members of the CU LGBTI Alliance will present the lecture which will focus on the current legal framework concerning children hoping to transition and how it could be improved.  As you may know, a key concern for these children and their families is the requirement for court approval before being able to undergo treatment.  The lecture will address this and other issues.

The idea to host the lecture is borne out of CU’s desire to connect more with uni students, its prospective employees, by showing them its interest in and commitment to issues affecting groups which make its workplace a diverse and enriched environment. The CU LGBTI program, the LGBTI Alliance, is the mechanism through which the firm seeks to ensure that it has a culture of inclusion.

Date: Wednesday 18 May 2016

Time: drinks from 6.00pm with a 6.30pm start time

Venue: Clayton Utz, Level 18, 333 Collins Street, Melbourne

RSVP essential: please email aottobre@claytonutz.com with your name and university by Wednesday 11 May 2016.

JD

1. JD Office Hours

The JD LSS office hours are as follows:

Monday: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Wednesday: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Thursday: 11.00am – 3.00pm

During these times memberships and event tickets can be purchased. However if these times do not suit you please contact jd.adminactivities@monashlss.com

Events

1. Book Launch – United States Migrant Interdiction and the Detention of Refugees in Guantánamo Bay

Australia’s detention of asylum seekers in Nauru and Papua New Guinea is modelled on the long standing US Migrant Interdiction Program which includes the detention of refugees by the US in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

This new book by Dr Azadeh Dastyari examines the US’ compliance with its legal obligations as it interdicts asylum seekers at sea, detains refugees in its immigration detention centre in Guantánamo Bay and resettles refugees in third countries. It asks what lessons can be learned from the world’s longest running offshore processing and detention regime.

To be launched by Senator Sam Dastyari.

Date: Tuesday 17 May 2016

Time: 6.00pm – 7.30pm

Venue: Monash Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

RSVP: Tuesday 10 May 2016, online here

Please find more information here.

2. Castan Centre fundraising film night: ‘Chasing Asylum’

The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law invites you to this powerful fundraising event; the film the Australian government doesn’t want you to see.

Chasing Asylum exposes the real impact of Australia’s offshore detention policies and explores how ‘The Lucky Country’ became one where leaders choose detention over compassion and governments deprive the desperate of their basic human rights.

The film features never-before-seen footage from inside Australia’s offshore detention camps, revealing the personal impact of sending those in search of a safe home to languish in limbo.

Chasing Asylum explores the mental, physical and fiscal consequences of Australia’s decision to lock away families in unsanitary conditions away from media scrutiny, destroying their lives under the pretext of saving them.

Join us for this special screening and fundraising event.

Date: Wednesday 1 June 2016

Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Venue: Classic Cinema, 9 Gordon Street, Elsternwick, VIC 3185

Cost: $24.08 per ticket

Buy tickets here.

Watch the trailer. (MA15+ Strong Coarse Language)

3. Castan Centre Annual Human Rights Conference 2016

Join over 300 attendees from the law, civil society, academia and business at Australia’s only annual human rights conference. Limited student rate tickets are limited.

Speaker line up so far includes:

  • Mr Stan Grant, Indigenous Affairs Editor of the Guardian Australia, on the way forward for Indigenous reconciliation
  • The Hon Martin Pakula MP, Victorian Attorney-General, on Developments in Human Rights in Victoria
  • Professor Anne Aly, Professor at Edith Cowan University and Founding Chair of People Against Violent Extremism, on Radicalisation, Terrorism and Human Rights
  • Professor Mary Crock, Professor of Public Law at The University of Sydney, on Making Every Life Count:  International Law and The Protection of Persons with Disabilities in Displacement
  • Mariam Veiszadah, Ambassador of Welcome to Australia and President of Islamophobia Register Australia, on Islamophobia in Australia
  • Julian McMahon, lawyer for Van Tuong Nguyen and members of the Bali Nine, on the executions of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan and what has followed in the region

Date: Friday 22 July 2016

Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm

Venue: The Edge, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne

Full details on the Castan Centre website. Check it out for up-to-date speaker line up.

4. Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation Lecture Series

Registrations are now open for the Monash Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation lecture series.

Interested undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff are all welcome to attend the lectures.

Further information on topics, speakers and registration can be found here.

5. European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) seminar: Public Health & Human Rights

The importance of public health is growing and this theme has a potential to become one most pressing issues in the future.

This one-day seminar will address current challenges and suggest possible solutions at the intersection of public health and human rights.

The nature of the seminar will be multidisciplinary and its three panels will include experts in areas of public health, human rights, global health governance, health security, mental health, right to health and other disciplines.

Date: Thursday 19 May 2016

Location: Monastery of San Nicolò, Venice Lido, Italy

RSVP: Thursday 5 May 2016 online here

For travel information please see here.

6. The Future of Lawyering: facing the big challenges in the 21st century

This panel brings together a number of professionals from across the legal sector to discuss the future of lawyering in Australia.

The panellists will explore some of the big legal practice challenges of today, including graduate employment prospects in an increasingly crowded market.

The panellists will also explore the global move towards ‘experiential’ and ‘work integrated learning’ and consider how this and other initiatives might help improve law students’ competitiveness in and preparedness for future employment.

Date: Thursday 19 May 2016

Time: 6.00pm

Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

RSVP: Thursday 12 May online here

For full details please click here.

7. The inaugural Sue Campbell Oration presented by Professor Peter Joy

Published by the Journal of Professional Legal Education in 1991, Sue Campbell’s Blueprint for a Clinical Program highlighted the benefits of clinical legal education to both students and staff alike.

At the time of publication there were only two full-scale clinical legal education programs operating in Australian Law Faculties – one at Monash, established in 1975 and the context of Sue’s discussion, and one established in 1981 at the University of New South Wales.

Since that time, however, over 70% of Australia’s thirty-six law schools have developed clinical programs, with Sue’s article – and the strategies it offered other faculties – truly serving as a blueprint for this expansion. Not only has clinical legal education expanded greatly in Australia, it has now spread throughout the world.

The Susan Campbell Oration will review the state of clinical legal education in Australia and elsewhere; evaluate the impact of the strategies that Sue set forth; discuss where clinical legal education is today; and suggest a blueprint for a robust and innovative future.

Date: Wednesday 11 May 2016

Time: 5:30-7:30pm

Venue: Monash Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

RSVP: Wednesday 4 May 2016, register HERE

Light refreshments will be provided.

For further information please click here.

8. University Scholars Leadership Symposium – Hanoi, Vietnam

Humanitarian Affairs UK is selecting internationally minded student leaders to attend the 7th University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS), from August 1st to 7th 2016 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

The USLS empowers students not only to become more aware of current humanitarian crises, but to do something about them.

Please find further information about the event here and application form here.

Applications are open to Monash Law students until Sunday 15 May 2016.

9. Young people & the law

Migrant Resource Centre North West will present a panel of experts during Law Week 2016 to discuss a range of legal issues affecting young people, their relatives and carers.

Topics will include homelessness, drugs and alcohol, discrimination and human rights. Several young people will also share their own experiences with the law.

Date: Friday 20 May 2016

Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Location: State Library of Victoria, Melbourne CBD

Cost: Free

RSVP essential. Book tickets (and more info) here.

Careers

1. Improving your clerkship or traineeship applications

If you’re an Undergrad or Postgrad and preparing applications for clerkships or traineeships, join us at this session to obtain insider tips about the application process.

Learn to tailor your applications and gain information regarding the 2016 Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) Guidelines.

Sylvie Alston from the Young Lawyer’s section of the LIV will be coming to talk about the application process for seasonal clerkships and traineeships.

Please RSVP for either session here.

Please bring your student ID for entry.

Monday session

Date: Monday 9 May 2016

Time: 4.00pm – 5.00pm

Venue: H1, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

Thursday session

Date: Thursday 12 May 2016

Time: 1.00pm – 2.00pm

Venue: L1, Law Building, 15 Ancora Imparo Way​, Clayton Campus

2. Student Futures – new online tool to help prepare for your career

Careers Connect have just launched a new website for student careers, called Student Futures.

Student Futures is an online tool to help you prepare for your career.

It helps students find opportunities, track progress toward career-oriented goals, hones in on basic job preparation (CV, interviews, etc) and contains units on employability skills.

Give it a go today.

General Notices

1. Faculty Managed Internship Opportunity – Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA) Internship

Applications are now open for the three month internship from December 2016 – February 2017.

Applications close Friday 15 July 2016.

For further information please see application process and eligibility criteria.

Student Mobility Funding may be provided. Please see eligibility criteria.

2. Are you ready for a global career?

Contemporary legal practice is no longer limited to the local.

Lawyers now practice in a global context: across jurisdictions, in diverse cultural environments and often mediated by digital technologies.

Against this context this new unit (LAW4250, offered over Summer 2016-17) provides the foundation from which law graduates might take advantage of the increasing opportunities in global legal practice.

Please see here for more details.

3. Connecting with Law Short Film Competition

The Connecting with Law Short Film Competition is launching again for 2016.

Open to all Australian law students, the Connecting with Law Short Film Competition is an opportunity for students to get creative, get their name known in law and be in the running to win great prizes.

This year, students are invited to create a 2-5 minute film about what inspires them to study law, that will educate, entertain and engage their fellow law students and help them connect with law.

Please find more information here.

4. Indigenous rights and international law (LAW5348) – Still spaces available in postgraduate unit

Led by Melissa Castan, this popular unit will examine the existing international law that promotes/protects human rights and freedoms of Indigenous peoples and locate this law within their culture and traditions. The impact of the major international instruments that protect and promote the rights of Indigenous peoples will be discussed. Teaching period is 4, 6, 9, 11 and 13 May 2016, 9.30am – 4pm Monash University Law Chambers. Assessment is by seminar participation: 10%, Literature review (equivalent to 800 words): 10%, Research paper (6,000 words): 80%. Contact law-postgraduate@monash.edu or Melissa.castan@monash.edu

5. International Trade and Business Law Review – request for submissions

The Editorial Board of the International Trade and Business Law Review (‘the Review) are now inviting submissions for Volume XX of the Review.

The Review publishes leading articles consisting of original research, case notes, comments, and book reviews concerning international trade and business law, arbitration law and comparative law.

Academic staff and students now have the opportunity to make a submission to the Review.

Please find more information including submission details in this letter here.

Please note submissions close Friday 1 July 2016.

For more details contact Editor Tracy Albintracy.albin@student.curtin.edu.au

6. Leap into Leadership Online to boost your employability today

Leap into Leadership Online (LiLO) is a suite of practical, straightforward and fun online modules. Become a leader and build your skills in communication, teamwork, problem-solving, event management and more.

Modules take about 1 to 2 hours to complete, and you can do them any time, at any stage of your degree.

Read more, choose a topic and enrol now.

7. Medico-Legal Society of Victoria Essay Competition

The Medico Legal Society of Victoria would like to invite final year students studying Law or Medicine to enter an essay competition.

The topic of the essay is:

“The most controversial issue the medico-legal sphere faces today is…..”

The competition is an excellent opportunity for final year students to gain access to a professional organisation prior completion of their degrees and the opportunity to meet and learn from professionals in their field.

The competition will close on Monday 30 May 2016.

Essays should be between 1500 and 2000 words in length.

Total (non-cash) Prize value is approximately $1,635.00 per Prize winner.

For more details please click here.

8. Prestigious Scholarship Information Session

Prestigious scholarships provide outstanding students with the resources needed to excel.

These generous and well recognised scholarships are open to those committed to contributing to a better future, and who are able to demonstrate leadership and academic merit.

The Prestigious Scholarship Information Session will provide interested students with strategies and handy tips about how to apply, firsthand information from the scholarship providers in attendance and the opportunity to ask questions and receive personal advice.

Attending the event will be representatives from Museum Victoria, the Menzies Foundation, the Fulbright Commission, the Department of Education and Training (Endeavour Scholarship), the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (New Colombo Plan), the Sir John Monash Foundation and Westpac (Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship), and recipients from various scholarships including the Rhodes Trust.

A light lunch will also be provided.

Who can attend: Undergraduate students in their final year, masters and PhD students.

Date: Thursday 26 May 2016

Time: 12.00pm–2.00pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre S1, 16 Rainforest Walk, Clayton campus

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Melina Talanis (melina.talanis@monash.edu), Senior Industry and Community Connections Officer.

9. Internship Opportunity in Rome, Italy

The four week internship with Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Wilkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, an international law firm in Rome, will run between around mid-June and the end of July 2016, with the final start and end dates to be negotiated with the student and the firm.

Subject to eligibility, Faculty funding will be available for the successful applicant from the Law Faculty’s Student Mobility Fund.

For further information on the funding criteria and the application process, please see the internship website but note that the timelines for 2016 differ from those stated there.

For further information regarding the firm, please see their website.

Studio Legale Delfino have expressed a preference for students who are well-advanced in their law degree, with strong academic performance and preferably (although not essentially) some knowledge of Italian or another Romance language.  Applicants should explain in their personal statement why they are interested in the work and mission of Studio Legale Delfino.

To apply, please complete the Studio Legale Delfino e Associati application form and submit together with supporting documentation to law-international@monash.edu by 5.00 pm Friday 6 May 2016.

10. Taxation Law and Advanced Taxation Law

Considering an additional qualification?

Two of our LLB(Hons) units (LAW4704 Taxation Law and LAW4332 Advanced Taxation Law) have been approved by the Tax Practitioners Board as approved courses in Australian taxation law that can count towards qualification as a registered tax agent. Note that in addition to undertaking these units, there are other requirements that must also be met.

Please find further information here about the requirements for becoming a registered tax agent.

For details of the approved courses please see here.

Please contact Professor Stephen Barkoczy (Stephen.Barkoczy@monash.edu) if you have any further queries.

11. Endeavour Mobility Grants 2017 applications now open

Applications for the 2017 round of Endeavour Mobility Grants funded by the Australian Government are now open.

This funding provides support for students on international outbound short-term programs and semester length programs and can include an administrative supplement for the management of the mobility projects.

We invite you to consider an application within the 2017 round of Endeavour Mobility Grants funding round through the following guidelines and the Monash internal application template.

The following forms of funding are available:

  • STMP provides student grants of $2000 per student for short-term study.
  • Asia Postgrad provides student grants of $5000 per student for semester study and $2000 per student for short-term study.
  • A Language Support Grant of $1000 per student is available under the Asia Postgrad.
  • A Project Facilitation Grant is available at a rate of $1500 per eligible program to be used to cover administrative costs associated with management of the program

Please note applications close Friday 27 May 2016.

Before completing your application, please refer to FAQs and Guidelines.

For further information please contact monash.abroad@monash.edu.

Law Students’ Society (LSS) Notices

LSS General Notices

1. The L Card

You may be wondering what the new card you received with your membership keyring is, and it is an exciting new initiative with all Victorian LSS’ to create one discount card to be used across Melbourne.

On Clayton campus, the card is accepted at Artichoke & Whitebait and Taste Baguette for a 10% discount. For a full list of discounts, visit thevlcard.com.

2. Monash University Generator presents “The Ideator”

If you’ve got a start-up idea (or three) rattling around in your brain…

If you’re interested in entrepreneurship and innovation, even if you’ve never considered doing it yourself…

If you’re a technowhiz, marketing genius, builder, leader or cheer squad…

Everyone has a unique skill or an interesting perspective that can add value.

The IDEATOR is a fun start-up event where you can hash through lots of ideas, hack through a few promising ones and pitch the best ideas.

This could be a really fun 2 days, or it could be the start of an amazing journey.

Whether you’re a die hard junkie of the start-up or just want to vicariously experience the buzz of entrepreneurship, we welcome you to come along, and bring a friend!

When: 1.00pm Tuesday 24 May – 4.30pm Wednesday 25 May 2016

Where: 271 Collins St, Melbourne

What: start-up hackathon with mentorship, prototyping, pitch practice, etc.

Sector: 3 tracks – life science, Monash Challenge (IT), small biz/social

Sign up here.

3. Boston Consulting Group Scholarship Applications now open

In 2016, Boston Consulting are offering two Scholarships – one for female applicants, in line with their commitment to supporting women build successful careers, and another which is open to everyone.

An application is not only an opportunity to compete for the $15,000 Scholarships, but also to potentially secure a graduate position with the world’s fastest growing premium management consulting firm. Successful applicants are also invited to the invitation-only two-day Master Class in Strategy.

At BCG, your talent and ambition are just the starting point for a life-changing experience in which you will grow personally and shape the future of many companies. By working with the world’s leading businesses on their toughest strategic and operational questions, and with inspiring people in an environment of creativity and performance, you will grow into a responsible leader and learn to make a difference at BCG and beyond.

If you are a critical thinker with excellent academic results, exceptional communication skills and a determination to make a difference, you are encouraged to apply.

To apply and learn more about our Scholarship opportunities, please visit www.bcg.com.au. Applications close Sunday 8 May 2016 at 12.00pm.

4. Law Council of Australia Scholarships: Business Law

Each year the Business Law Section offers three scholarships of $5000 to the writer of the best papers in fields of Competition, Corporations and Taxation Law.

The scholarships are targeted to ‘early career’ legal professionals with less than four years of professional experience in the legal field of their paper. In the past winners have come from across academia, business and government sectors.

These scholarships are well suited to any Honours or research student who has previously written on a topic in one of the available fields.

Entries close Sunday 31 July 2016 at 5.00pm. For more information, please see here.

5. Leap into Leadership Online

Leap into Leadership Online is a suite of free modules to develop your employability and leadership skills at your own pace. It’s available for all current Monash students, any time – so you can complete as many modules as you like, at any stage of your studies.

Each module is practical, straightforward and fun, and takes about one to two hours to complete. There are no formal assessments to hand in, and you’ll earn a certificate for each module.

So, whether you want to hone your skills in communication, managing events or projects, teamwork or goal-setting, check out the modules on offer and get started today.

LSS Careers Notices

1. The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 2017 Graduate Program

Applications for the 2017 Graduate Program with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet are now open.

Do you want to make a real contribution to the success of our country? DPMC offers exciting and fulfilling work at the heart of government with career development opportunities difficult to find elsewhere.

The Graduate Programme is a two year, structured, on-the-job development programme that provides you with the support, opportunities and challenges you need to kick start your career in the Australian Public Service (APS).

Roles are primarily located in Canberra however opportunities may also be available in our Regional Network. Graduates are anticipated to commence work in February 2017.

Applications close Thursday 12 May 2016.

Please see here for more information and to apply.

2. Ashurst Open House

Aim beyond pure legal knowledge. Beyond commercial advice. Be known for something more: a clarity of thought and an instinct for problem solving that can influence governments and leading businesses the world over.

Join our Open House in Melbourne and we’ll show you first-hand what it is like to work at Ashurst.

You will have the opportunity to interact with all levels of the firm giving you an insight to the work we do across our practice areas, the clients we work with and to understand what life is like for our seasonal clerks and graduates.

This event is for highly driven law students graduating no earlier than 2018, with a genuine interest in practising commercial law.

Please register your interest here. You will be asked to complete a short application form and upload your CV.

Date: Tuesday 26 May 2016

Time: 5.00pm – 7.30pm

Venue: Ashurst, 181 William St, Melbourne

Competitions

1. HSF-NLUD International Negotiation Competition (INC)

INC is a competition organised by Herbert Smith Freehills and National Law University Delhi.

The first edition of the competition took place in 2014 and it was a big hit. The second edition, which was held in September 2015, drew participants from 23 internationally renowned universities from five countries, including the likes of Cambridge, Oxford, Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Cologne.

The competition aims at providing an opportunity to law students of select top universities across the globe to practice and improve their negotiation skills. It provides a platform for students to compete in a truly diverse and an international environment. The competition is carefully structured to simulate legal negotiations particularly for those students who aspire to be international lawyers.

Students participating in the competition will assume the roles of international lawyers in negotiating a series of legal problems. The problems will be based on real life examples and will comprise a common set of facts known to all participants and confidential information known only to the participants representing a particular side.

Each team will consist of two students, who must be enrolled in a full time degree (undergraduate or postgraduate) as at September 1 2016. Only one team per university will be allowed. The competition will begin 15 June 2016 (release of the problem), with the finals being 11 September 2016 and held in Delhi, India.

Please see here for more information.

Social Justice & Equity

1. Clayton Utz Diversity Lecture

Clayton Utz will be hosting the inaugural Diversity Lecture at its Melbourne office this May.

This year, members of the CU LGBTI Alliance will present the lecture which will focus on the current legal framework concerning children hoping to transition and how it could be improved.  As you may know, a key concern for these children and their families is the requirement for court approval before being able to undergo treatment.  The lecture will address this and other issues.

The idea to host the lecture is borne out of CU’s desire to connect more with uni students, its prospective employees, by showing them its interest in and commitment to issues affecting groups which make its workplace a diverse and enriched environment. The CU LGBTI program, the LGBTI Alliance, is the mechanism through which the firm seeks to ensure that it has a culture of inclusion.

Date: Wednesday 18 May 2016

Time: drinks from 6.00pm with a 6.30pm start time

Venue: Clayton Utz, Level 18, 333 Collins Street, Melbourne

RSVP essential: please email aottobre@claytonutz.com with your name and university by Wednesday 11 May 2016.

JD

1. JD Office Hours

The JD LSS office hours are as follows:

Monday: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Wednesday: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Thursday: 11.00am – 3.00pm

During these times memberships and event tickets can be purchased. However if these times do not suit you please contact jd.adminactivities@monashlss.com