Come along to Ashurst for the Junior Witness Examination Final for 2012! The competitors are yet to be determined, but don't let that stop you from planning to enjoy some top-tier hospitality and a fantastic competition.
When: Tuesday 16th October 2012 What Time: 5:30pm arrival for a 6:00pm start Where: Level 38 Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street
Voting has now opened for the 2013 GULS Committee Elections. All Griffith Nathan law students and non-law members of GULS have been emailed with links to vote. If you have not received an email and are a member of GULS, please send an email to email@example.com with your name and (if you are a Griffith student) student number so that we may check you off against our membership database and provide you with your own unique voting key. Voting will close in 48 hours.
The Annual Queensland Legal Mental Health Fair is being held on 13 October 2012 at QUT Gardens Point campus at 10:00 AM. The event will focus on mental health and well-being within the legal profession, and there will be a number of guest speakers in attendance who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in this area. There will also be a number of activities that will focus on mental health awareness and stress relieving techniques.
The GULS Annual General Meeting is, as its name suggests, an annual meeting at which the general members of GULS get to hear reports from that year's committee members, vote on proposed constitutional amendments, and hear nomination speeches from the various candidates for election for the next year's committee.
It is of penultimate importance that, if you attend, you get to ask these nominees all of your burning questions, and to grill them on their suitability for their nominated positions.
We hereby provide you all with notice of the 2012 GULS AGM, which will be held on Monday 1 October 2012.
Nominations are now open for anyone interested in a committee position in 2013. This year, we will be holding the election online. More details about the election process this year will be released shortly.
See this link for more details about the election, or click here to go straight to the nomination page.
The Organising Committee extends its invitation to you to attend the fourth seminar of the Griffith Law School’s Legal History Seminar Series on Tuesday 25 September 2012 at the Ship Inn Function Room, commencing at 6.00 pm. (Please accept our apologies for any cross-postings.)