The academic side of law school comes with many challenges, however, our education team has prepared a variety of resources and events to support law students along the way. Whether it is through the LSS tutorial program to get another perspective on your unit's content, to get some advice on different ways to prepare for exams or to gain an insight into the ways in which other law students maintain a good mindset and relax in amongst the stress of law school. 

Whichever resources you choose to use and events you seek to attend, we hope that they provide some useful tips and tricks to help you out. For any general inquiries please contact Megan at

Events & Resources

Academic Support Officer

The Academic Support Officer (ASO) is responsible for liaising with Faculty regarding students’ feedback on all things academic. Issues with assessments, grievances with staff and timetabling are common. The ASO is a student representative on the Faculty Education Committee which is below the Dean as the main decision-making body. 


If you have any enquiries or require support please email

Being Guide

Law is synonymous with high stress levels and poor health, but it doesn’t have to be. The Being Guide is here to provide helpful tips and tricks on maintaining your physical, social and mental health! With healthy recipes, exercise routines, tried and tested methods of managing stress and procrastination, do yourself a favour and pick up a copy! You can access the 2021 Being Guide here.

Creative Guide

The Creative Guide is a quarterly online magazine, fuelled by law students passionate about creative expression. The principal aim is to showcase students’ talents and artworks as well as demonstrate the importance of living a balanced life. Pieces will range from poetry and artwork to recipes and Spotify playlists and music, and will incorporate a diversity of creative expressions, not limited to “traditional” art/creative work!

Electives Guide

If you’ve ever struggled with choosing which units to fill up the precious elective space you have, look no further than the Electives Guide for advice from older students who have completed the unit, as to essential pre-requisites, recommended co-requisites, and advice as to difficulty level and time commitment.

To access the electives guide click here!

Exam Skills Seminar

There’s nothing like finishing your last year 12 exam. Unfortunately, being introduced to University exams a mere half-year later is a merciless transition. The LSS Exams Skills Seminar provides the ultimate tool kit for understanding exactly what Uni exams are about. Run by practiced, high achieving students, it is a must if you want to enter your exams feeling boss.

Law Guide

Your one-stop shop for all things law - this is the Monash Law Students’ Society’s annual magazine, a guide to studying and surviving law, as well as a round up of some of the pathways available to you upon the completion of your studies.  With tips from older students and esteemed alumni, there’s nothing the Law Guide fails to offer! 

Access the new 2021 Law Guide here and the 2020 Law Guide here!