May 31, 2015

No one likes that guy who casually name-drops that his father/mother/great aunt Agnes is/was a barrister/lawyer/High Court judge/ leader of the free world. No doubt that we'd all like to be that guy too.

July 8, 2014

Susan Smith is the coordinator of Sydney Women’s Court Advocacy Service (SWCAS), which assists women and children who come to court to seek the protection of an

April 28, 2014

I’m now at the business end of my university degree. Five years seemed like such a long time, but at the risk of sounding old, I’ve only just realised how quickly university goes by. On the brink of real life, I've realised a number of things happen to you as you reach the end of your degree.

February 22, 2014

The LUCY Mentoring Program is like a “buddy program.” Offered at most universities in New South Wales, it teams up young female students with women in senior po

June 23, 2013

The first thing you notice about Rand is her beaming smile. A first-year University of Wollongong law student, she tells me she got into law for the same...

April 5, 2013

To avoid- or, let's be honest here - minimise procrastination, here are a few strategies that I use to bully myself into studying.

March 9, 2013

Have you just come back from a semester abroad? I have, and here’s something they don’t really tell you in the pre-exchange info sessions – getting back to norm

February 17, 2013

Have you always thought about doing a semester abroad, but thought it was too difficult? If you can handle piles of paperwork (but heck – you’re studying law...

June 27, 2012

They may seem intimidating in their robes and wigs, but for the all the tradition and ceremony, ultimately, judges are people too. Here are some things you...

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