LSS General Notices
1. Monash LSS presents Class of 2016 Valedictory
The hard slog is over. After years of blood, sweat and tears, now is the time to celebrate the end of your law degree!
Monash LSS presents the Class of 2016 Valedictory.
This event is open to anyone who is completing their studies during 2016, either mid-year or at the end of the year. Partners and/or guests are welcome to attend.
Date: Thursday 13 October 2016
Venue: Alumbra, Central Pier, Docklands
Price: $60 includes canapes, unlimited drinks and a Class of 2016 memento
Tickets: on sale now at monashlssvaledictory.getqpay.com
Don’t miss your last chance to party on a work night.
2. Bottled Snail Productions present Crime & Punishment: Cabaret for a Cause
After a smash hit 2014 foray into cabaret with Secret Life of a Lawyer, BottledSnail Productions is proud to return to the ‘scene of the crime’ with its 2016 headline production, Crime & Punishment: Cabaret for a Cause. Cabaret is our major charitable fundraiser for 2016, and a portion of profits will go to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
This original, intimate and above all entertaining evening of music and conversation features a series of interconnected musical and spoken-word vignettes dealing with contemporary issues in relation to justice, civil rights and the law. Through a combination of song and movement, music from a variety of genres, monologues and multimedia, this production will pose questions that resonate long after the lights go out.
Date: Wednesday 19 October – Saturday 22 October 2016
Time: 7.30pm (doors open 7.00pm)
Venue: Ding Dong Lounge, Market Lane, Melbourne
Price: $35 or $30 concession, with gold and silver packages available.
Tickets & more information: Please see here.
3. Monash LSS Mental Health Week Refreshment Stand
The Monash LSS is proud to announce the return of the Library Refreshment Stand!
For some healthy snacks to keep you going while you study make sure you visit the stand, which will be running for the duration of Mental Health Week.
For more details, see the Monash LSS Facebook page.
4. Monash LSS & MULSS Queer Party
The Monash Law Students’ Society has just elected their first ever Queer Officer!
The Melbourne Law Students’ Society decided they wanted to help celebrate – so the MULSS and the MLSS have teamed up to throw a BIG QUEER PARTY!
Join us from 7pm on Thursday October 13th for drinks at LaDiDa (tab provided!) and get to know your fellow Queer law students and allies alike from different universities across Melbourne.
See the facebook event for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1737698816480973/
LSS Careers Notices
1. Elevate Education – Presenter Positions Available!
Elevate Education is Australia’s largest provider of study skills seminars to secondary school students. We are currently looking for recently finished high school graduates to join our team of presenters in Victoria.
The job involves presenting 60-minute seminars on how to achieve your personal best at high school. There are also lots of international and interstate opportunities with presenters travelling to all corners of Australia as well as to New York, South Africa, Singapore and England every few months!
Other Benefits include:
* Flexibility – seminars fit around university timetables, freeing up evenings and weekends for study or relaxation
* Upskilling – build a range of commercially valuable skills such as highly refined public speaking and leadership skills
* Rewarding – gain a genuine sense of contribution by making a difference in the education of high school students.
* Remuneration – Ranges from $30 – $40 based on skill & leadership
Elevate is about to conduct a recruitment drive with interviews in Melbourne in mid October! Key criteria are:
* Strong academic performance at high school
* Experience in public speaking or performance
* Love working with young people
* Outgoing and charismatic personality
To join our Victorian team, please apply online here. In the “how did you find out about this job” please list the LSS Gazette. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Holly, the Head of Recruitment - firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 667 945.
2. Victorian Women Lawyers Turns 20
Since 1996, Victorian Women Lawyers has assisted women working in the law and promoted the interests of women through the law, with great success.
Join us for a very special celebration of 20 years!
When: Thursday 20th October 2016, 6.30PM-10.30PM
Where: The Bank on Collins, 394 Collins Street, Melbourne
Price: VWL/WBA Members – $75
Law Student Members – $50
Non-members – $100
**Price includes entertainment, finger food and drinks throughout the evening
To secure you ticket, visit us online here or contact Judy Nutter, VWL Administrator at email@example.com or (03) 9607 9390
3. Pathways and Careers to Social Change Conference
PCSC 2016 is day student-conference, with three thought-provoking forums, light refreshments provided and a networking session at the end of the day. The three forums covering a wide range of social change issues are:
- Purposeful innovation: How, what, who and why?
- Change Through Economic Means
- Sustainable Development in a Developed Nation: SDGs in Australia.
Here are just some of the exciting panelist speakers, see the facebook event (link below) for more speaker announcements:
* Robert Gillies, National Young Australian of the Year Finalist and Social Entrepreneur
* Buzz Palmer, Monash University Director of Entrepreneurship and CEO at STC Australia
* Julie Gibson, HITNET Director of Business & Technology
* Tony Sennitt, Diamond Energy Australia Managing Director
* Brendan Rigby, WhyDev Co-Founder
* Nicholas Gruen, CEO of Lateral Economics and Chair of The Australian Centre for Social Innovation
* Rob Macgauren, Founder of MSG Architects and Steering Committee Member of Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute
* Shirin Malekpour, Interdisciplinary Research Coordinator at Monash Sustainable Development Institute
* Tim Brosnan, Commercial Manager at VisionFund
Unlike other university industry events, PCSC aims to educate and inspire students like you and me to work in organisation creating positive change, or start our own work as social entrepreneurs – and thus continue the movement of using skills and degrees for positive social impact!!
The conference will run 9AM-4PM on Saturday 15 October. The event will provide an amazing platform for students to discover opportunities never before considered, as well as an exciting change to boost their Industry Network.
See the facebook event here for more details and to purchase tickets.
4. Boston Consulting Group – Women@BCG Event
BCG has a rich history of developing outstanding and influential female leaders. The proportion of female leaders at every level of our company is growing, and we are consistently recognised as one of the world’s best company for women to work in. Women@BCG is your opportunity to network with the women of BCG, hear their stories, and gain an insight into what a career at BCG is like.
Date: Thursday 27 October
Venue: Boston Consulting Group, Level 52, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne
Register: Please register for this event here.
Spaces are limited, so you will need to register and submit a copy of your resume by Wednesday 19 October. We will send out invitations to successful applicants on Friday 21 October.
Please contact Mary Katergaris with any queries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Pollinate Energy Fellowship
Pollinate Energy is a social business based in Australia and India. We improve the lives of India’s urban poor by providing them with access to sustainable and affordable products that make their lives better. We also focus on engaging and inspiring the next generation of social leaders, which is where our Fellowship program comes in.
The Fellowship is a great opportunity to gain experience working in a successful social enterprise, and you have a real impact not just on the people within the slum communities but also shape the future directions of the company. The Fellowship runs from November 24 – December 16 or January 26 – February 17, 2017.
Please visit pollinateenergy.org/our-programs/ for more information.
6. Careers Connect available to students one year after graduating
Did you know you can still head to Careers Connect to sit down and get resume proof reading and advice, interview tips and help from the Monash University careers team up until 1 year after your final exam? If you didn’t get that grad offer or are stuck in a quarter life career crisis, head on down and make an appointment today!
LSS JD Notices
1. JD Portfolio Welcome and Office Hours
The new Monash JD LSS has now been formed! Our 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. As new committee members, we look forward to meeting you all and await a successful and eventful year for both our committee and fellow JD students.
For any email queries, please contact Isabella at email@example.com
2. Monash LSS presents Class of 2016 Valedictory
The hard slog is over. After years of blood, sweat and tears, now is the time to celebrate the end of your law degree! Monash LSS presents the Class of 2016 Valedictory. This event is open to anyone who is completing their studies during 2016, either mid-year or at the end of the year. Partners and/or guests are welcome to attend.
When: Thursday 13 October, 8pm
Where: Alumbra, Central Pier, Docklands
Cost: $60, includes canapes, unlimited drinks and a Class of 2016 memento
Tickets: on sale now here
Don’t miss your last chance to party on a work night.
End of Gazette 11/10/2016