Postgraduate Notices

1. Apply now – JD Professional Practice LAW 5050

Applications are open for Clinical Period 4 2017 of the Professional Practice Elective Unit which takes place at Monash Oakleigh Legal Service, next to Clayton campus.

Clinical Period 4 2017 dates are: for Group A – 20 July 2017- 19 October 2017 and for Group B – 24 July 2017- 23 October 2017. Applications close on 22 June 2017. Please note, applications are not done on Wes.

See all further information about the Application process and dates on the Clinical Legal Education website or consult Student Services

2. International LLM opportunity – Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

You are invited to apply for the Parasol Foundation Trust International LL.M Program at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law for the academic year 2017-2018.

Students can choose a general course of study or may specialise in:

Applicants to the International LL.M. must have completed an undergraduate degree in law (LL.B., JD, and Bachelor of Laws) prior to starting the LL.M. degree. Students in their final year of first degree studies may apply, and will be accepted on the condition they finish their first degree in good standing (above 80/100).

Applications for the 2017-2018 academic year close 31 May 2017.

Please find more information about this opportunity here.

3. Italy research scholarships – International Institute for the Unification of Private Law

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law invites applications for its research scholarships. These support top-level lawyers wishing to conduct research in the fields of uniform or comparative private law.

Postgraduate law students, academics, government officials with a good working knowledge of English or French may apply. Special attention will be given to applicants from developing and emerging economies.

Scholarships last for six weeks to two months. Between 15 and 20 scholarships are awarded each year. Funding will cover all or part of the cost of living expenses in Rome, Italy.

Please note applications close Friday 27 October 2017.

Events

1. The Australia New Zealand Intervarsity Moot on Animal Law (ANIMAL)

Early Bird Registrations for the Australia New Zealand Intervarsity Moot on Animal Law (ANIMAL) are now open and run until Friday 9 June 2017.

This year, ANIMAL will be held at the Monash University Law Chambers (Melbourne City Campus) over the weekend of 16-17 September 2017.

As part of the ANIMAL program, there will be a range of keynote speakers and social events.

A full program will be released shortly. For key dates, to register a team and further information, see here.

2. Castan Centre Annual Human Rights Conference 2017

Join over 300 attendees from the law, civil society, academia and business at Australia’s only annual human rights conference.

Please find full event information including the speaker line up so far here. This list will be updated regularly.

Date: Friday 21 July 2017
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: The Edge, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne
More info and registration here.

If you have any queries about the conference please phone 03 9905 3327 or email castan.centre@monash.edu.

3. The Ideator

Calling all Monash students and academic and professional staff.

What does your future hold? In an age of exponential change, we need bright minds to come together and innovate new ways to live, work and prosper.

The GENERATOR invites you to the IDEATOR – a 27-hour ideas hack to Innovate the Future on 29-30 May 2017 at the Monash City Campus. You will work in diverse teams on one of three big themes:

  • FOOD – how do we better produce, consume and manage food?
  • ENERGY – how do we re-think our energy systems and sources?
  • JOBS – how will the jobs of the future look?

This event brings together creative and brilliant minds from across Monash with the potential to turn challenges into solutions for a better future.

Calling all creatives, techno-geeks, philosophers, scientists, life-savers, rule breakers and cheerleaders to take part in this challenge. A mix like this is what it takes to shape the future… so jump in!
Date: Tuesday 30 May – Wednesday 30 May 2017

Time: 1:00pm Tuesday until to 5:00pm Wednesday

Venue: 271 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD

Head to monash.edu/ideator to check out the guest speaker line up, prizes and to secure your spot.

4. International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

This week Monash University is running a series of events and activities to celebrate International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).

Check out how you can get involved here.

5. Talking Justice – Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre Event

Talking Justice returns to the Ulumbarra Theatre for Law Week on 19 – 20 May 2017.

For the fourth year, Loddon Campaspe CLC invites Bendigo to come together to hear some of the country’s finest writers, lawyers, activists and commentators tackle some of our more vexing social and legal dilemmas.

This year our Moderator is Damien Carrick, the Presenter of Radio National’s Law Report.

Further details can be found here.

Law Students’ Society (LSS) Notices

General Notices

1. LSS Exam Revision Seminars

The LSS Revision Seminars are back for 2017!

If you are after a HD or are simply looking to pass and you don’t feel like you can quite yet smash out perfect exam answers at the tip of a hat, these Revision Seminars are just the thing to get you to that point of enlightenment where you’ll be laughing all the way to a cracking score.

The LSS tutors that have been working tirelessly over this semester will be capping off all their endeavours with a 90-minute extravaganza. Why go? Because they’ll be breaking down exam answers bit-by-bit so you know exactly how to issue spot, define concepts and apply the law to a scenario.

For more information and the Seminar Timetable, visit the Facebook event.

2. Lawyers for Animals: Law Week Trivia Night

Monash Law students are warmly invited to participate in Lawyers for Animals’ second annual Law Week Trivia Night. Attendees should enjoy a fun evening in good company, test their general knowledge and help raise money for Edgar’s Mission and Pets Haven: a couple of hard-working animal rescue charities who desperately need the funds.

Please find our invitation attached and feel free to share it far and wide. Participants are welcome to gather their own team (of 6 – 12) or join one of ours. For further details and all bookings please see here.

The basic details are as follows.
Date: Friday 19 May 2017

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm (5.30pm registration)

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

Price: $11 per ticket + optional $15 vegan dinner box (includes $1.50 booking fee)

RSVP here by 11:00am Friday 12 May if dinner box is required, otherwise by 5:00pm Tuesday 16 May.

If you have any queries, please contact Nichola Donovan at enquiries@lawyersforanimals.org.au.

3. Neighbourhood Justice Centre: ‘Courting Solutions’ Mock Trial

Going beyond business-as-usual ‘blame and sanction’ justice, Courting Solutions shows what happens when treatment services work in a court that applies justice with people, instead of at or for them.

Designed for Law & Welfare students, the event seeks to illustrate how the NJC brings together defence, prosecutions, and case workers (drug and alcohol) within a criminal matter to assist the offender to find the solutions required to break the cycle of offending.

These techniques are unique to the NJC – the only full-service, holistic justice centre of this kind in Australia.

A mock trial illustrating the ground-breaking techniques used by the Neighbourhood Justice Centre’s Client Services and legal practitioners at this one-of-a-kind problem solving court, Courting Solutions is designed for practitioners who want to help their clients break the cycle of offending.

Expertly moderated, Courting Solutions stars Fitzroy Legal Service, Victoria Legal Aid, Victoria Police Prosecutors and NJC’s Client Services case workers and Magistrate.

To book please see here.

 

JD Notices

1. JD Portfolio Office Hours

The Monash JD LSS office at MULC is open and manned on Mondays to Thursdays from 12pm to 1pm, and then again at 4.30 to 5.30pm, for any enquiries or general legal chitchat.

For any email queries, please contact Isabella at jd.adminactivities@monashlss.com.

Postgraduate Notices

1. APPLY NOW FOR – JD Professional Practice LAW 5050

Applications are open for Clinical Period 4 2017 of the Professional Practice Elective Unit which takes place at Monash Oakleigh Legal Service, next to Clayton campus.

Clinical Period 4 2017 dates are: for Group A – 20 July 2017- 19 October 2017 and for Group B – 24 July 2017- 23 October 2017. Applications close on 22 June 2017. Please note, applications are not done on Wes.

See all further information about the Application process and dates on the Clinical Legal Education website or consult Student Services

2. International LLM opportunity – Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

You are invited to apply for the Parasol Foundation Trust International LL.M Program at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law for the academic year 2017-2018.

Students can choose a general course of study or may specialise in:

Applicants to the International LL.M. must have completed an undergraduate degree in law (LL.B., JD, and Bachelor of Laws) prior to starting the LL.M. degree. Students in their final year of first degree studies may apply, and will be accepted on the condition they finish their first degree in good standing (above 80/100).

Applications for the 2017-2018 academic year close 31 May 2017.

Please find more information about this opportunity here.

3. Italy research scholarships – International Institute for the Unification of Private Law

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law invites applications for its research scholarships. These support top-level lawyers wishing to conduct research in the fields of uniform or comparative private law.

Postgraduate law students, academics, government officials with a good working knowledge of English or French may apply. Special attention will be given to applicants from developing and emerging economies.

Scholarships last for six weeks to two months. Between 15 and 20 scholarships are awarded each year. Funding will cover all or part of the cost of living expenses in Rome, Italy.

Please note applications close Friday 27 October 2017.

Events

1. Law Week Event – The Importance of Community Legal Centres

Join Professor Jeff Giddings for an open discussion on the importance of community legal centres and how they provide access to the legal system for groups of vulnerable people, such as early school leavers or those experiencing financial disadvantage.

As the Director of the Monash-Oakleigh Legal Service Jeff is well versed in helping the community to use the law to protect their rights and broaden their awareness of legal processes. He has been involved in community legal centres in Victoria and Queensland since the 1980s as a student, volunteer, salaried lawyer and management committee member.

Jeff’s research focuses on access to justice, alternative dispute resolution and legal education.

Join us from 5:30pm for light refreshments.

Date: Wednesday 18 May, 2017
Time: 5:30pm for 6:00pm – 6:45pm
Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Cost: Free
RSVP: By 12th May, 2017 HERE

2. Castan Centre Annual Human Rights Conference 2017

Join over 300 attendees from the law, civil society, academia and business at Australia’s only annual human rights conference.

Please find full event information including the speaker line up so far here. This list will be updated regularly.

Date: Friday 21 July 2017
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: The Edge, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne
More info and registration here.

If you have any queries about the conference please phone 03 9905 3327 or email castan.centre@monash.edu.

3. International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

Diversity and Inclusion are proud to be celebrating International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) with a week of events and activities (15 – 18 May) in partnership with MSA, MONSU Caulfield, MONSU Peninsula, MPA, MPSU and PPA, across the Caulfield, Clayton, Parkville and Peninsula campuses. We will also be flying the Rainbow flag alongside the national, state, Indigenous and Torres Strait Island flags, for the week.

IDAHOBIT was created in 2004 to highlight the violence and discrimination experienced by the LGBTIQ community internationally. The date, May 17, was specifically chosen to commemorate the World Health Organisation’s decision in 1990 to declassify homosexuality as a mental disorder.

All members of the Monash community are welcome to attend events throughout the week including free barbeques, free screenings of the recent documentaries Real Boy (2016) and Gayby Baby (2015) documentaries, an afternoon tea celebrating the new all gender toilets at Monash, a flag raising ceremony and more. For the duration of the week we will be exhibiting photos on the Northern Plaza screen that represent this years theme of Families. We invite you to take part and send through a photo of what family means to you in the spirit of IDAHOBIT. For more info and to submit your photo, visit monash.edu/lgbtiq/idahobit.

For a full list of events and activities during the week, visit the Diversity and Inclusion website.

4. Monash International Affairs Society – WorldMUN + NMUN 2018 Information Session

The Monash International Affairs Society is hosting its 2018 International Model United Nations Program information session.

Date: Thursday 11 May
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: Sir John’s Bar, Campus Centre, Clayton Campus
More information can be found here. Flyer can be found here.

5. PLN OGM and Clerkships, PLT and Social Justice Pathways

Confused about what pathway to take to get into the public sector and whether it’s worth applying for clerkships? Well we have arranged several young lawyers to come tell us about how they got to where they are.

Speakers:
Monique Joyce, lawyer at Youthlaw
Katharine Brown, trainee at Liberty Victoria/ the VGSO
Bryony Seignior, trainee at Fitzroy Legal Service
Jacob Wood, graduate lawyer at Justice Connect

Date: Wednesday 10 May
Time: 4:00pm – 6:30pm
Venue: L1, Clayton Campus
More information can be found here.

6. Talking Justice – Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre Event

Talking Justice returns to the Ulumbarra Theatre for Law Week on 19 – 20 May 2017. For the fourth year, Loddon Campaspe CLC invites Bendigo to come together to hear some of the country’s finest writers, lawyers, activists and commentators tackle some of our more vexing social and legal dilemmas. This year our Moderator is Damien Carrick, the Presenter of Radio National’s Law Report.

Further details can be found here.

7. The DELINEATOR: Reimagining Access to Justice

Interested in growing your career in legal innovation and technology? Have you ever wondered how legal services can be made more accessible and user-friendly?

People from all backgrounds should be able to access help when they experience legal problems. But in reality, financial hardship, lack of education or language proficiency act as barriers to accessing justice.

The GENERATOR with support from the Australian Centre for Justice and Innovation invites you to join us in a three-hour workshop where you will;

  • Learn about challenges in access to justice
  • Develop workplace skills in innovative problem solving
  • Work as a team to innovate and pitch your ideas to an expert panel
  • Meet with experts who have sparked change in the legal industry
  • Receive a free Linkedin photo

Keynote Speaker – Justine Autour 

Winner of the 2016 Pro Bono Award in the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30, Justine is dedicated to a myriad of pro bono projects in the field of human rights. She has worked with the United Nations Global Compact, Save The Children, Amnesty International Australia, the International Centre for Advocates Against Discrimination and Kaleidoscope Human Rights Foundation. In her role as the Responsible Business Consultant at Collins, Biggers and Paisley, Justine has provided strategic oversight to her community clients and has contributed to helping many access the justice system.

Prizes will be awarded for the best pitch at the end of the session. Registration is essential to secure your place at this unmissable event for all change-makers with a passion for social justice and innovation.

Event Details

When: 2.00pm 12 May

Where: Monash Generator, 7 Innovation Walk

Register here

Events

1. Castan Centre Annual Human Rights Conference 2017

Join over 300 attendees from the law, civil society, academia and business at Australia’s only annual human rights conference.

Please find full event information including the speaker line up so far here. This list will be updated regularly.

Date: Friday 21 July 2017
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: The Edge, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne
More info and registration here.

If you have any queries about the conference please phone 03 9905 3327 or email castan.centre@monash.edu.

2. The DELINEATOR: Reimagining Access to Justice

Interested in growing your career in legal innovation and technology? Have you ever wondered how legal services can be made more accessible and user-friendly?

People from all backgrounds should be able to access help when they experience legal problems. But in reality, financial hardship, lack of education or language proficiency act as barriers to accessing justice.

The GENERATOR with support from the Australian Centre for Justice and Innovation invites you to join us in a three-hour workshop where you will;

  • Learn about challenges in access to justice
  • Develop workplace skills in innovative problem solving
  • Work as a team to innovate and pitch your ideas to an expert panel
  • Meet with experts who have sparked change in the legal industry
  • Receive a free Linkedin photo

Keynote Speaker – Justine Autour 

Winner of the 2016 Pro Bono Award in the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30, Justine is dedicated to a myriad of pro bono projects in the field of human rights. She has worked with the United Nations Global Compact, Save The Children, Amnesty International Australia, the International Centre for Advocates Against Discrimination and Kaleidoscope Human Rights Foundation. In her role as the Responsible Business Consultant at Collins, Biggers and Paisley, Justine has provided strategic oversight to her community clients and has contributed to helping many access the justice system.

Prizes will be awarded for the best pitch at the end of the session. Registration is essential to secure your place at this unmissable event for all change-makers with a passion for social justice and innovation.

Event Details

When: 2.00pm 12 May

Where: Monash Generator, 7 Innovation Walk

Register here

3. Michael Kirby on Health, Law & Sexuality

Renowned jurist and former Australian High Court judge The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG has been at the cutting edge of legal reform and intellectual inquiry for decades and has forged an international reputation as a powerful and articulate orator.

In this special event at the NGV’s Great Hall, The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG explores the legal and moral complexity that lies at the intersection of law, sexuality and health.

Justice Kirby will explore international conventions and the United Nations’ work on human rights, HIV/AIDS, and sexual and reproductive health issues. He will also review the situation for sexual and gender minorities in relation to international and criminal law.

Monash Law students receive a special discounted student rate of $10 per ticket. Just show your student ID at the door.

Date: Thursday 4 May 2017

Time: 5:30-6:45pm

Venue: Great Hall, National Gallery of Victoria (NGVI), 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. Enter via main entrance (Water-wall)

Price: Students $10; General Admission $20

Register now here.

4. University Ombudsman: The nature, dynamics and challenges of the role

Universities in Australia are experiencing significant turbulence and change. They are, and must operate as, big businesses while conducting their core business of being a university.

Within these complex dynamics sits the University Ombudsman, working to provide advice and assistance in resolving complaints or grievances regarding both academic matters and administrative decisions.

Cliff Picton, former Ombudsman of La Trobe University, will speak on his experience in the role, and on the key role played by the Ombudsman as an impartial party to resolving conflicts in higher education institutions.

The event is free for VADR members (non-members $25) and carries one CPD point. Details are as follows:

Date: Thursday 4 May 2017
Time: 5.45pm (registration/networking) for 6.15pm to 7.15pm
Venue: Coopers Inn, cnr Exhibition & Little Lonsdale Sts, Melbourne
Cost: non-VADR members $25
RSVP: Email admin@vadr.asn.au by Tuesday 2 May

Careers

1. Careers in Legal Tech and Entrepreneurship

Digital disruption is coming for the legal profession. Will you lose your job to a robot? Or will you adapt to the changing legal landscape?

The rise of technology and artificial intelligence presents unique challenges for future lawyers. It also provides opportunities for making the justice system more accessible and user-friendly.

The Australian Centre for Justice Innovation is collaborating with the Monash Law Students’ Society to bring you this free event about how thinking innovatively can shape your future in the legal profession.

Come along to hear from a panel of legal innovators and entrepreneurs on how they’ve built their careers by harnessing technology and new ideas to solve legal problems.

Date: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Time: 1:00-2:00pm

Venue: Clayton Campus, Room TBC

RSVP: see Facebook event page here. Register your place here.

2. Temporary/Fixed Term Administrative Work – CBD Legal Precinct

Barristers’ Chambers Limited has temporary administrative work upcoming based around the legal precinct in the CBD supporting our Barristers.  A variety of assignments will be available to cover annual leave and project work.

Assignments will vary in contract length and will range from entry-level administration to executive assistance.

Essential Skills & Attributes –

  • Customer service focus
  • Clear communication skills
  • Impeccable personal presentation (corporate environment)
  • Strong computer skills (predominantly word & excel)
  • Fast and accurate typing (for EA assignments/ 75WPM)

A police check and references will be required to work with BCL

To register your interest for temporary/ contract assignments please email your CV and a short covering letter outlining your availability (Monday to Friday office hours) to Sherrie Campbell, Executive Assistant to Management Team and Office Manager scampbell@vicbar.com.au  to learn more about Barristers’ Chambers Limited please visit www.bcl.net.au

3. Career Conversations

Law Faculty students: Do you have a career question you want to talk over?

Join this informal, small-group session to engage in personal discussions about your employability and career plans in the legal and / or other profession. You’ll also pick up practical strategies to find work and make career decisions.

Booking is required to attend this session and up to four students can book in.

Book: HERE

Please cancel your booking if you are unable to attend.

General Notices

1. Evaluate your units in 5 minutes

Do you have suggestions to improve your units and influence change?

Jump onto the Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) survey. It only takes a few minutes to complete.

Check it out here: monash.edu/ups/setu.

2. Faculty manged internship opportunity – The National Human Rights Society of Malaysia (HAKAM) Internship, Malaysia

The National Human Rights Society of Malaysia (HAKAM) was formed in 1988 in response to growing concerns over human rights violations in Malaysia. The call to form HAKAM came from two of the nation’s former Prime Ministers, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj and Tun Hussein Onn, alongside other prominent leaders of civil society.

The society’s objectives are, inter alia, to promote, preserve and defend human rights in Malaysia. Over the years, HAKAM has engaged in a wide range of issues, from advocating for the rights of indigenous communities, lobbying to abolish draconian laws inconsistent with principles of human rights, raising awareness of human rights through campaigns guided by research projects, and pushing for ratification of international and regional human rights instruments.

HAKAM strives to continue advocating for human rights, in the hopes of inculcating new generations of Malaysians who can bravely speak out for themselves.”

Applications are now open and close Monday 15 May, 2017

Duration: Minimum of 8 weeks to 12 weeks from August to October 2017

Student Mobility Funding: a new bursary of $5000 is available for eligible students

For further information including application process and eligibility details visit the HAKAM webpage.

Further queries:  law-international@monash.edu

3. LinkedIn Photo Booth

Monash Law Faculty are offering students FREE professional headshots for LinkedIn. Participants will also receive advice on creating an effective LinkedIn page from Monash Career Connect.

Having a professional online profile has never been more important. LinkedIn with its 277 million members is the world’s largest professional network. A whopping 94 percent of recruiters use it to vet candidates, and when someone googles you, your LinkedIn profile will likely show up in the first or second spot.

Having a professionally presented LinkedIn page gives you an opportunity to control what they discover about your strengths and, more important, about your brand. And first impressions matter! Where two candidates are equally qualified, a professionally taken headshot will give you an edge.

Attend one of the sessions below and get work ready.

Sessions  

Session 1

Date: Tuesday May 9
Time: 10am-12pm

Where: Basement Foyer, Law Faculty, Building 12 Clayton Campus

Session 2

Date: Wednesday May 10

Time: 12pm-2pm

Where: Basement Foyer, Law Faculty, Building 12 Clayton Campus

Session 3

Date: Wednesday May 10

Time: 4pm-6pm

Where: Study area, Level 2, Monash Law Chambers

Session 4

Date: Thursday May 11

Time: 4pm-6pm

Where: Study area, Level 2, Monash Law Chambers

Dress: Professional attire.

No appointments will be taken just attend during these times and bring your student ID.

Further enquiries:

Paul Shea, Marketing and Events Officer, Monash Law, 9905 2630 http://www.monash.edu/law/news-and-events/events

4. 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: “‘Law, marching with medicine but in the rear and limping a little’ – medical advances and the law”.

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

The competition will close on Tuesday 30 May 2017.

Essays should be between 1500 and 2000 words in length. See more information here.

General Notices

 1. 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: “‘Law, marching with medicine but in the rear and limping a little’ – medical advances and the law”.

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

The competition will close on Tuesday 30 May 2017.

Essays should be between 1500 and 2000 words in length. See more information here.

 

Careers

1. Allens Indigenous Legal Internship

Allens offers national Indigenous Internship Flyer 2017 in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth who are in their second year of study or above.

This two week internship program is an opportunity to find out more about working in a commercial legal environment.

The program will run from Monday 3 July – Friday 14 July 2017 in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

Applications close 5.00pm on Friday 28 April 2017.

To apply check out the ‘Current Opportunities‘ section of the Allens Careers page.

2. Careers in Legal Tech and Entrepreneurship

Digital disruption is coming for the legal profession. Will you lose your job to a robot? Or will you adapt to the changing legal landscape?

The rise of technology and artificial intelligence presents unique challenges for future lawyers. It also provides opportunities for making the justice system more accessible and user-friendly.

The Australian Centre for Justice Innovation has teamed up with the Law Students’ Society to bring you this free event on how thinking innovatively can shape your future in the legal profession.

Come along to hear from a panel of legal innovators and entrepreneurs on how they’ve built their careers by harnessing technology and new ideas to solve legal problems.

Date: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Time: 1:00-2:00pm

Venue: Clayton Campus, Room TBC

RSVP: see Facebook event page here. Register your place here.