General Notices

1. English Language Assistance

The English Connect program is Monash’s new English language assistance program. It is aimed at international undergraduate and postgraduate students. English Connect is an expanded version of the Conversational English program trialled last year.

A new website will be up soon, but at the moment, program dates and times can be found on the old website here.

The free programs consist of:

  • Let’s Chat – conversation in a fun environment – 1 hour each week over weeks 3-11, with over 40 sessions per week offered
  • Peer Support – one on one help with academic English (written and oral), 20 minutes, no need to book. Held at John Medley Library, Mon-Thurs 10am to 2pm
  • Workshops – Grammar workshops, 2 hours, register online

The Library also maintain a Building English Skills guide, available here.

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

Applications are now open and close Thursday 14 April 2016 for a three month internship from September to November 2016.

For further information please see application process and eligibility criteria.

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

3. Leap into Leadership and boost your employability today

Offered exclusively to Monash students, Leap into Leadership Online (LiLO) is a suite of free, self-paced online modules designed to maximise your employability and understanding of the skills, knowledge and behaviours required to be an effective leader.

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

Modules on offer:

  • Committees 101: Meetings, minutes and management
  • Personal Brand: Stand out from the crowd
  • Goal Achievement: Strategies for success
  • Communicate with Impact: Make yourself heard
  • Event and Project Management: Get the results you want
  • High-performing Teams: Work and win together
  • Strategic Thinking: Solve complex problems

After completion, you’ll receive a personalised certificate outlining your new skills, which you can then add to your CV.

Don’t wait – Leap into Leadership now and get started!

More info can be found here.

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

An initiative of Monash Environmental Sustainability, Urban Market is a new event that will combine unique products, food, music and ideas in a celebration of sustainability – handmade, homemade, homegrown, recycled, upcycled, fair trade, organic, fresh and locally sourced.

5. Urban Market

Urban Market will be held in the vibrant new Northern Plaza at the Clayton campus on Wednesday 13 April from 10.00am – 3.00pm.

Some of the vendors include: Keep Cup, Tri-nature, Etico, Recycled jewellery, Ethical Gifts and Flexicar.

Date: Wednesday 13 April 2016

Time: 10.00am – 3.00pm

Location: Northern Plaza at the Clayton campus

Please find further information here.

6. Monash Warwick Alliance Funding Schemes

The Monash Warwick Alliance Funding Schemes for 2016 have been announced.

The strategic alliance aims to enhance the experiences of students at Monash University and the University of Warwick, UK, through the development of new models of education, research collaboration.

The Student-led Activity Scheme provides a mechanism for students to get directly involved in activities that contribute to these aims.

A maximum of AUD$15,000 for expenses incurred by Monash students. Projects which bring sponsorship or third-party funding or in-kind support are encouraged.

Please find information regarding funding streams for students here.

Applications close Monday 11 April 2016.

Careers

1. Allens ‘Dive In’ one-day program

After the success of last year’s Dive In program, Allens will once again be running this one-day program in 2016.

Dive In is designed for students before their penultimate year to gain an insight into Allens and working in commercial law.

Students currently in the first to third year of an undergraduate Law degree, or first year of a JD degree, are eligible and encouraged to apply.

The program will be running in the Allens Melbourne office on Tuesday 24 May and Wednesday 25 May 2016.

Please find details regarding dates and application process here.

Submit your online application here.

Applications are now open and will close at 5.00pm on Friday 29 April 2016.

2. Baker McKenzie Hong Kong clerkship

If you are a penultimate or final year student with good Chinese language skills and are looking to start your legal career in Hong Kong, apply for the 2017 January Winter Clerkship.

Please find full details here.

Please submit applications by email to 2017HKWinterClerkship@bakermckenzie.com.

Early interviews will be offered in the week commencing Monday 18 April 2016.

3. NSW Law Reform Commission Winter Internship Program

The NSW Law Reform Commission operates a winter internship program for law students in their final year of study.

While this opportunity is unpaid, it provides access to a range of professional development opportunities, including working with our Commissioners.

Applications close Monday 11 April 2016.

Details of the program can be found 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.

It is an exciting new initiative with all Victorian LSSs 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. Discount Comedy Festival tickets

After selling out at Perth’s Fringe World, 3 Course Comedy debuts at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival featuring Monash law graduate Michael Shafar and current student David Rose.

Between them they have made two RAW Comedy State Finals, written for Cracked.com, hosted the TV show The Leak and failed Torts B.

Use the discount code ‘LSS’ for a 20% discount when booking online 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 click here.


LSS Careers Notices

1. Expert Panel Seminar Series

This series will allow penultimate students to hear from partners from two different practise areas: Transactional and Advisory and Litigation.

The panels will involve a one hour question and answer format with the chance to mingle afterwards.

The Corporate Transaction Law seminar will attended by Ashurst, Corrs Chambers Westgarth and King & Wood Mallesons.

Date: Tuesday 19 April 2016

Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Location: Monash University Law Chambers, Level 1, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

The Litigation/Dispute Resolution seminar will be attended by Baker & McKenzie, Gilbert + Tobin, Herbert Smith Freehills, Allens and Minter Ellison.

Date: Wednesday 27 April 2016

Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Location: Monash University Law Chambers, Level 1, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

To register for either seminar please click here.

Please note: you must be a LSS member to register, and will only be able to attend one of the two seminars. Preference will be given to penultimate students. Confirmation emails will be sent after registrations are processed.

2. Leo Cussen Seminar

Are you aware that the vast majority of law students who go on to practice law don’t actually start their careers in a top-tier graduate role? So what’s the other option?

If you’re even considering working as a lawyer then you need to be admitted and the way to do that is by obtaining your Practical Legal Training (PLT) from a designated provider. Want more info?

Come and hear more about PLTs from the Leo Cussen Centre for Law.

Date: Wednesday 13 April 2016

Time: 12.00pm

Location: Lecture theatre R6, Rotunda Building, Monash Clayton Campus

3. Herbert Smith Freehills Taste Function

Herbert Smith Freehills is coming to Monash Clayton for a meet and greet.

This is an amazing opportunity to get to know your potential employers in an intimate and open setting and there will be free coffee and pastries on offer for all attendees!

Date: Thursday 14 April 2016

Time: 3.15pm

Location: Taste Baguette, Menzies Building, Clayton Campus

4. Maddocks Seminar

Maddocks law firm is coming in for a Speed-Networking Session on Clayton campus.

Head over to W210 in the Menzies at 12.00pm Thursday 21 April to hear from HR representatives and lawyers from this top employer.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to inform your clerkship and graduate applications!

Date: Thursday 21 April 2016

Time: 12.00pm

Location: Room W210, Menzies Building, Clayton Campus

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 (release of the problem), with the finals being 11 September and held in Delhi.

Please find more information here.

Education

1. Charity Dinner Ticket Sales

2016 sees the return of Charity Dinner, supporting the Tristan Jepson Foundation.

Speakers will include Marie Jepson, co-founder of the Tristan Jepson Foundation, and Prerna Diksha, who is a Board Member on the Australians for Mental Health Organisation.

Fulton Street will also be performing! All profits made will be donated to the Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation.

Date: Thursday 28 April 2016

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: La Di Da, 577 Little Bourke St, Melbourne

Cost: $60 for members, $65 for non-members

Included: canapés, 2 course dinner and bar tab

Do not miss this event. For more information, please refer to the Facebook event.

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

Careers

1. NSW Law Reform Commission Winter Internship Program

The NSW Law Reform Commission operates a winter internship program for law students in their final year of study.

While this opportunity is unpaid, it provides access to a range of professional development opportunities, including working with our Commissioners.

Applications close Monday 11 April 2016.

Details of the program can be found here.

General Notices

1. English Language Assistance

The English Connect program is Monash’s new English language assistance program. It is aimed at international undergraduate and postgraduate students. English Connect is an expanded version of the Conversational English program trialled last year.

A new website will be up soon, but at the moment, program dates and times can be found on the old website here.

The free programs consist of:

  • Let’s Chat – conversation in a fun environment – 1 hour each week over weeks 3-11, with over 40 sessions per week offered
  • Peer Support – one on one help with academic English (written and oral), 20 minutes, no need to book. Held at John Medley Library, Mon-Thurs 10am to 2pm
  • Workshops – Grammar workshops, 2 hours, register online

The Library also maintain a Building English Skills guide, available here.

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

Applications are now open and close Thursday 14 April 2016 for a three month internship from September to November 2016.

For further information please see application process and eligibility criteria.

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

3. Leap into Leadership and boost your employability today

Offered exclusively to Monash students, Leap into Leadership Online (LiLO) is a suite of free, self-paced online modules designed to maximise your employability and understanding of the skills, knowledge and behaviours required to be an effective leader.

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

Modules on offer:

  • Committees 101: Meetings, minutes and management
  • Personal Brand: Stand out from the crowd
  • Goal Achievement: Strategies for success
  • Communicate with Impact: Make yourself heard
  • Event and Project Management: Get the results you want
  • High-performing Teams: Work and win together
  • Strategic Thinking: Solve complex problems

After completion, you’ll receive a personalised certificate outlining your new skills, which you can then add to your CV.

Don’t wait – Leap into Leadership now and get started!

More info can be found here.

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

Events

1. 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.

2. generationYOU

Is your career freaking you out?

generationYOU is a one day event that aims to help you stand out of the crowd and become the exception to the rule, not the stereotype.

Meet community and industry speakers who run hands-on and honest sessions around employer expectations and skills such as problem solving, networking, building a personal brand, communication and more.

Featuring speakers from companies such EtsyAustralia PostAshurstArupMelbourne UniversityThe Foundation for Young Australians and more.

Date: Friday 22 April 2016

Time: 8.30am – 4.30pm

Location: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Price: Concession $75; Full $99

More info here and generationyou.com.au

3. Intimidation and repression in Uganda – Castan Centre event

Uganda’s February elections saw President Yoweri Museveni win his fifth term as president, extending an uninterrupted 30-year stint in office.

Worsening restrictions on freedom of speech and assembly in the lead up to the elections cast serious doubt over whether they were conducted in a free and fair manner.

Join Ugandan human rights lawyer Nicholas Opiyo and Human Rights Watch Senior Africa Researcher Maria Burnett as they examine Uganda’s failure to make progress on human rights issues, and what can be done to ensure its citizens can freely exercise fundamental human rights.

Date: 19 April 2016

Time: 6.00pm to 7.15pm

Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, Seminar Room 3, Level 2, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

RSVP: castan.centre@monash.edu or telephone 03 9905 3327

For full details please click here.

4. 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.

Postgraduate Notices

1. Apply now for JD Professional Practice LAW 5050

Applications are open for Clinical Period 3 2016 of the Professional Practice Elective Unit which takes place at Monash Oakleigh Legal Service, next to Clayton campus.

Clinical Period 3 2016 dates are:

  • Group A: 12 May – 11 August 2016
  • Group B: 16 May – 15 August 2016

Applications close on 15 April 2016.

Applications are not done via Wes.

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

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.

It is an exciting new initiative with all Victorian LSSs 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. Discount Comedy Festival tickets

After selling out at Perth’s Fringe World, 3 Course Comedy debuts at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival featuring Monash law graduate Michael Shafar and current student David Rose.

Between them they have made two RAW Comedy State Finals, written for Cracked.com, hosted the TV show The Leak and failed Torts B.

Use the discount code ‘LSS’ for a 20% when booking online 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 at 5.00pm.

For more information please click here.


LSS Careers Notices

1. Expert Panel Seminar Series

This series will allow penultimate students to hear from partners from two different practise areas: Transactional and Advisory and Litigation.

The panels will involve a one hour question and answer format with the chance to mingle afterwards.

The Corporate Transaction Law seminar will attended by Ashurst, Corrs Chambers Westgarth and King & Wood Mallesons.

Date: Tuesday 19 April 2016

Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Location: Monash University Law Chambers, Level 1, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

The Litigation/Dispute Resolution seminar will be attended by Baker & McKenzie, Gilbert + Tobin, Herbert Smith Freehills, Allens and Minter Ellison.

Date: Wednesday 27 April 2016

Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Location: Monash University Law Chambers, Level 1, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

To register for either seminar please click here.

Please note: you must be a LSS member to register, and will only be able to attend one of the two seminars. Preference will be given to penultimate students. Confirmation emails will be sent after registrations are processed.

Education

1. Charity Dinner Ticket Sales

2016 sees the return of Charity Dinner, supporting the Tristan Jepson Foundation. It will include dinner, drinks and entertainment.

Date: Thursday 28 April 2016

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: La Di Da, 577 Little Bourke St, Melbourne

Ticket sales will occur on Tuesday 5 April 2016 from 9.00am in the Law Basement, Clayton Campus.

Do not miss this event. For more information, please refer to the Facebook event.

Social Justice & Equity

1. Seminar Series: Domestic Violence and the Law

Domestic violence features heavily in the media every week, with at least 1 in 3 women across the world facing domestic violence in their lifetime.

However, many of us do not understand what domestic violence is in a legal context. What is family violence? How does the law operate to prevent it? What can we do as lawyers to help victims of abuse?

The LSS has organised an informative seminar to educate you of these matters.

Date: Tuesday 5 April 2016

Time: 1.00pm

Location: E6, 23 College Walk (Building 60 – Engineering), Monash Clayton Campus


2. Victorian Women Lawyers event

VWL will be presenting a panel discussion with Maurice Blackburn on legal responses to non-consensual distribution of private sexual material.

This is an issue that disproportionately affects women, and which many of us have only recently begun to understand as an emerging form of family violence and sexual assault.

Proposed reforms to the law intend to make it unlawful to share, or threaten to share, private sexual material.

Our speakers will discuss such reforms and invite you to consider legal amendments.

Date: Wednesday 6 April 2016

Time: 5.30pm registration for a 6.00pm start

Location: Maurice Blackburn, Level 10, 456 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

For more information and to register for the event please click here.

JD

1. JD Professional Mentoring Program: apply now

Do you want to be mentored by a legal professional?

Are you a keen Monash JD student looking for guidance from some of the most brilliant legal minds in Australia?

If yes, then this program is for you! Places are limited so don’t waste time!

The JD Professional Mentoring Program is back for its third year running, following on from its huge success in previous years.

The program will commence with a Networking evening on Wednesday 25 May 2016 (Location TBC), where mentors and successful mentee applicants will be invited to meet and greet.

Registration is now open.

Students of all year levels are invited to apply, but preference will be given to penultimate year JD students.

Register here.

2. 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

Careers

1. NSW Law Reform Commission Winter Internship Program

The NSW Law Reform Commission operates a winter internship program for law students in their final year of study.

While this opportunity is unpaid, it provides access to a range of professional development opportunities, including working with our Commissioners.

Applications close Monday 11 April 2016.

Details of the program can be found here.

General Notices

1. Aurora Internship Program

The Aurora Internship Program places law, anthropology and other social science students and graduates at Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs), Prescribed Bodies Corporates (PBCs) and at other organisations involved in policy development, research and social justice, all working to support the broader Indigenous sector Australia-wide.

The Program introduces candidates to career opportunities in native title and the Indigenous sector and at the same time provides assistance to under-resourced and over-worked organisations.

The on-line application period for the Winter 2016 round of internships closes on Friday 1 April 2016.

Applications and more information about the Program can be accessed via the Aurora website.

2. $32,000 Chinese University Hong Kong scholarship

Nearing the end of your degree and considering LLM/Masters? It could take you to Hong Kong.

Applications are now open for the Master of Laws Global Scholarship 2016-17 at the Chinese University Hong Kong (CUHK) Faculty of Law.

Positions are available for 3 students globally to study in the LLM programme in 2016-17.

Each scholarship is worth up to HK$191,120 (approx. AUD$32,000), covering basic tuition fees and a living stipend.

Find more information here and here.

If you think you’d make a good candidate, please email Kathy Alden by Monday 28 March 2016: kathy.alden@monash.edu.

3. English Language Assistance

The English Connect program is Monash’s new English language assistance program. It is aimed at international undergraduate and postgraduate students. English Connect is an expanded version of the Conversational English program trialled last year.

A new website will be up soon, but at the moment, program dates and times can be found on the old website here.

The free programs consist of:

  • Let’s Chat – conversation in a fun environment – 1 hour each week over weeks 3-11, with over 40 sessions per week offered
  • Peer Support – one on one help with academic English (written and oral), 20 minutes, no need to book. Held at John Medley Library, Mon-Thurs 10am to 2pm
  • Workshops – Grammar workshops, 2 hours, register online

The Library also maintain a Building English Skills guide, available here.

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

Applications are now open and close Thursday 14 April 2016 for a three month internship from September to November 2016.

For further information please see application process and eligibility criteria.

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

5. King’s College London Pathway Opportunity

Would you like to graduate with a qualification from Monash University and King’s College London?

The Faculty of Law offers a pathway opportunity to study the Master of Laws (LLM) at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London (King’s) for outstanding Monash students enrolled in either:

  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB); or
  • Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) (JD).

If successful, you will begin your studies at King’s in September/October. At that time you must have no more than four (4) elective units left to complete in your Monash qualification.

For further details including eligibility and application process please see the Monash-King’s College Degree pathway website.

Applications close Thursday 31 March 2016.

6. Leap into Leadership and boost your employability today

Offered exclusively to Monash students, Leap into Leadership Online (LiLO) is a suite of free, self-paced online modules designed to maximise your employability and understanding of the skills, knowledge and behaviours required to be an effective leader.

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

Modules on offer:

  • Committees 101: Meetings, minutes and management
  • Personal Brand: Stand out from the crowd
  • Goal Achievement: Strategies for success
  • Communicate with Impact: Make yourself heard
  • Event and Project Management: Get the results you want
  • High-performing Teams: Work and win together
  • Strategic Thinking: Solve complex problems

After completion, you’ll receive a personalised certificate outlining your new skills, which you can then add to your CV.

Don’t wait – Leap into Leadership now and get started!

More info can be found here.

7. 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 Albin: tracy.albin@student.curtin.edu.au