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Graduates of the College's award programs automatically receive membership of the Association.
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- Eligibility for advanced standing in the LLM (Applied Law)
- Discounted CPD courses with The College of Law
2017 Student Essay/Video Competition
The College of Law Alumni Association has announced an exciting change to its Student Competition for 2017. In past years the competition has been for an essay responding to a general question on legal practice. From 2017, students may still submit an essay up to 2000 words, but especially creative students may instead submit a video (up to three minutes long) to achieve the same thing.
Doug Humphreys, President of The College of Law Alumni Association, said, “It will be fascinating to see how law students and current practitioners approach the question which is both timely and timeless in our ancient but endlessly evolving profession. It’s also a question which offers equal scope to both writers and film-makers to be inventive and artful. I look forward very much to seeing the shortlist which is always of very high calibre.”
Who Can Enter
The competition is open to all 2017 enrolled College of Law students undertaking Practical Legal Training (PLT) in Australia, The Professional Legal Studies Course (PLSC) in New Zealand, and Applied Law Program (ALP) students.
What To Film Or Write About?
Students are asked to use their creative flair and interpret, in 2000 words or on video, the selected topic: ‘What makes a lawyer in 2017?’
Entries close at 5pm AEST on Friday 15 September 2017.
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- Secretary – Sheridan McMahon, Turner Freeman
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