Education and Equity
The Education and Equity portfolio provides students with the necessary support both in relation to academic success, and wellbeing. We employ the best and brightest students to run revision lectures and run wellbeing events to relieve the stressful life we live as law students. We also publish a guide tailored specifically for new incoming JD students.
For further information on our events or to simply get in contact for support contact:
Youth Allowance/Newstart Seminar: 12 January 2020
Volunteering Seminar: 10 February 2020
Harmony Day Celebration: 23 March 2020
AGLC4 Referencing Crash Course: 1 June 2020
Financial Planning Seminar: 11 June 2020
Equity Keynote Address (Speaker TBC)
Updated information in relation to tutorials and JD wellbeing events, including sign-up forms, can be found via our Facebook page.
The LSS provides popular student-run revision tutorials for all core subjects during SWOTVAC each trimester. Signup forms will be available on our Facebook page (link) from week 11.
Piloting in 2020, we will also provide mid-trimester assignment help tutorials in week 4 of each trimester for the first four core subjects in the JD recommended progression. Signups will open during weeks 2-3.
The Education and Equity portfolio produces the JD Guide, accessible here, yearly as a resource to help students new to law school. The guide covers everything from wellbeing to study to careers, and is an invaluable starting point for any commencing student.
In mid-2020 we will launch a new publication (name TBD) publishing some of the work of the JD cohort. This publication will extend beyond academic or law-related writing, aiming to celebrate the breadth and diversity of talent, knowledge and passion represented in our course. If you have writing or art of any kind that can be represented in a 2D medium that you would be interested in submitting for publication please contact JD.firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, please be in touch if you would be interested in an editorial or design-related role.