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UNSW Law Society Social Justice Writers' Workshop

The Social Justice Writers' Workshop is a legal writing mentor program where academics from the UNSW Law Faculty are matched to students who want to write an article for Court of Conscience in 2015. All undergraduate and JD law students are eligible to apply for the mentor program, provided your article idea is not based on a research essay or thesis for which you are currently receiving academic supervision.

Successful entry to the Social Justice Writers' Workshop is based on the quality of your application, including why you would like to take part and a brief outline/proposal of your idea for an article. Your idea should engage with the Court of Conscience theme: 'Rights + Freedoms'.

Participation in the program is not a guarantee of publication. Rather, it is an opportunity to workshop and develop your article – with an academic mentor – for submission to Court of Conscience. Court of Conscience is dedicated to publishing high quality student submissions on contemporary social justice issues.

If you would like to attend the program launch and be involved, please apply via the following link:https://docs.google.com/a/unswlawsoc.org/forms/d/1gUSjr2GTof6YqT3K4E0SqXkuqIE-U4hDK9_kT0C-5Ls/viewform?c=0&w=1. You will be notified prior to the event if your application has been successful. 

Applications are open until 6.00pm on Thursday 16 April 2015.

Earlier Event: April 20
UNSW Law Society EGM