In that perfect period of time that is one week before enrolments open, GULS presents its Electives Guide for semester two, edited by its Education team. Including student feedback, lecturer comment, and assessment information, this guide intends to let you know those extra little things about the electives on offer to you in semester two this year that cannot necessarily be derived of the information that is readily available.
GULS is seeking willing and engaged students who would like to help facilitate better communication between the first year cohort and the GULS committee. If you are interested in being one of seven liaisons to the portfolios of sport, socials, marketing, publications, competitions, education and internal education & mentoring, please sign up at this link by the 4th of June. Applicants will be reviewed by the GULS Committee and be chosen based on the strength of their application.
The Law Place Solicitors is a boutique law firm based in Fortitude Valley (Brisbane), specialising in Property Law, Wills and Estates and Litigation. The firm’s suite of services includes; conveyancing, property investment, wills & estate planning, business structuring, leasing, franchising, litigation prevention and management. The Law Place Solicitors operates as a close knit team, committed to providing a quality service for their clients.
If you're at all interested in the co-curricular activites you may undertake as a Griffith law student, check out the first volume of the GULS Education Guide. It contains information about other clubs, exchange programs, competitions, and even extremely pretty photos of various gorgeous people. To be honest, I don't know what more you could want out of a publication. Download it here!
GULS is hosting its first ever First Year Court Visit! It will be a fantastic networking opportunity and a chance for you to learn about all the ins and outs of the Supreme Court of Queensland, observe the formalities and see cases in practice!
Date: Thursday, April 26th
Time: Meet at Nathan campus at 9am and we'll get the bus together! Or you can meet us in the city (if it's easier for you) at the Supreme Court of Queensland at 10am.
GULS will be working in conjunction with the Griffith Organised Debating Society to bring you the first ever legal-themed debating competition for law students, giving you the perfect opportunity to fine-tune your intellectual wits and practice public speaking for other GULS competitions.
The competition will be hosted at Griffith University’s Nathan Campus on Saturday the 19th of May, and will run from approximately 9am-5pm.
Online ticket purchasing is now live for this year's Law Ball. Follow this link to enter those favourite sixteen digits of yours, click a couple of drop-downs, and look at the back of your card for the umpteenth time.
More information about the Law Ball is right hurr.