LawPLUS JD Q&A Recap

The LawPLUS team would like to thank all JD students who attended the LawPLUS JD Q&A held last Thursday, 21 August 2014. There was a great turnout, and a wealth of knowledge and experience shared, as well as plenty of food!

The LawPLUS team traditionally facilitates UNSW Law's first year mentoring program in Semester 1 2014 of each year, however the team also endeavours to provide ongoing support to students in Semester 2 as well as support to incoming Juris Doctor students commencing in Semester 2. If you would like to get involved as a mentor, please contact or keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook page as mentor applications will be opening in mid-late Semester 2.

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We'd like to specially thank Chester Hong, Nicole Mazurek , Marco Olea, Tim Buckley and Rebecca Stanley for sharing their wealth of experience and knowledge. It was extremely impressive and reassuring to hear how enriching their UNSWLaw School experience has been and we hope that it encourages other students to get involved to make the most of their time here!

The LawPLUS team would also like to thank Co-President, Marie Iskander for her ongoing support of our initiatives.

We wish all new JD students the best of luck with the road ahead and hope that you have decided to get involved with the Law Society!

- The LawPLUS team

How we redefine careers at UNSW Law Society

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Careers Forum: 'Rethinking Careers and Redefining Success' yesterday. We were especially thankful to members of UNSW Law Faculty who joined us and provided their insights on the job market. Thank you also to our two student panelists Kara Grimsley and Harj Narulla who spoke about their experiences and exciting career opportunities lined up. Finally a big thank you to our presenter, Max Burke from Beyond Law who spoke about a range of job opportunities which are made available and accessible via Beyond Law at

For students who are also interested in the Careers Guides produced by the UNSW Law Society, these can be accessed here:

Stay tuned for a range of exciting Public Interest Careers panels lined up over the next few weeks!

- Marie Iskander, Co-President UNSW Law Society

NSW Young Lawyer Public Interest Careers Fair

NSW Young Lawyers and representatives from SCLSS have organised a Public Interest Careers Fair for all law students across NSW to attend.

Want to speak to organisations and firms from the Public Interest sector? 

Keen to work with a community legal centre or with a government department?

Be sure to come along to the NSW Young Lawyers Public Interest Careers Fair. 

There will be keynote speeches and stalls set up so you can learn more about working in public interest law.  The event is free to all law students - so pencil this date in your diaries!

For more information, contact the Presidents at