The Student Tutorial Program has been one of the longest running and most successful programs provided by the Monash Law Student Society. The LSS is currently looking for high-achieving students with a passion for their law studies to take up a tutoring position in semester one and semester two. We encourage all students who have enjoyed and received high marks in a particular subject to consider applying for this highly rewarding position.
The Monash Faculty of Law in conjunction with the Monash Law Students’ Society is proud to introduce an exciting new initiative. The Academic Peer Tutoring Program seeks to provide personalised private tutoring for all compulsory and quasi-compulsory law subjects to interested students, with a particular emphasis on providing support for students from low social economic status backgrounds.
APT is an effective way for students to connect with other students offering private tutoring for specific law units. Students interested in arranging personalised, one-on-one law tutoring can search the database below to find an appropriate Peer Tutor. Students may then contact the Peer Tutor to arrange tutoring sessions. To ensure the quality of Peer Tutors, each tutor listed on this database has been individually selected by the Monash Faculty of Law and the Monash Law Students’ Society according to a rigorous selection criteria.
If you are interested in being listed on the database as an Academic Peer Tutor, please have a read through the online information sheet.
This Friday is the LAST DAY of semester two 2014! To help you celebrate and relax in the lead up to final exams, stop by the Law Library at lunch time (12-2 pm) Friday 24 October to score a FREE BOOST JUICE and an advance copy of the Monash LSS BEING Magazine! The BEING Magazine is the LSS’ health and well-being publication and contains heaps of handy tips and advice to get you through the stresses of swotvac!
Need some last minute revision for your law subjects? The LSS is running a series of 90 minute revision seminars presented by past HD-students in week 12 for each of the core and quasi-core law units, excluding RAW. Each seminar aims to provide an overall structure for each subject, with an emphasis on the key exam topics and a focus on exam structure.