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How a Law Degree is Like a Relationship

December 18, 2018

Working Abroad: Q&A with Harrison Roubin

November 5, 2018

#Studygrams To Up Your Study Game

October 16, 2018

The Priestley 11 of TV and Movies

September 25, 2018

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January 30, 2016

Why did you study Law? It’s a degree that teaches you how the world works. I’ve always had a strong interest in social justice and wanted to develop a skill set

January 11, 2016

LinkedIn is a great way to grow and expand your professional network within your field and abroad. You never know when someone that you've met can help you...

December 10, 2015

One of the most diverse and challenging places to work at is a Community Legal Centre (CLC). Volunteering at the Northern Suburbs Community Legal Centre in Joon

October 26, 2015

There once was a magical job advertisement that would help solve the lack of employment opportunities for law graduates. Alas, there’s a catch. It’s going to co

October 13, 2015

Whether you are leaving the university nest and flying into the big world of scary jobs or you are looking for a casual pub job to cover textbooks, you will...

May 20, 2015

Patricia Perlen is an associate lecturer at the School of Law at Melbourne’s Deakin University. I caught up with Patricia to learn more about her work as a leg

April 15, 2015

Is the job hunt getting you down? In a market that is flooded with students and graduates, you really do need to find a way to stand out from the pack.

January 6, 2015

Daniel Butler graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws. He worked in Chartered Accounting and for Baker & McKenzi

November 19, 2014

While practice areas such as property and tax are long-established areas of practice for lawyers, the areas of law that lawyers can work in are far from...

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