Welcome to Monash Law!
Whether you are fresh from high school or a seasoned law student, the Education Portfolio is committed to providing all law students with the resources, programs and events to help you excel in your studies.
If this is your first year studying law, please check out the ‘Resources for First Year Law Students’ page for advice and tips.
If you are an international or exchange student, please visit the ‘Resources for International and Exchange Students’ page for advice and information.
Sketch Notes and Practice Problems are only accessible once you have logged in. They can be accessed from the sidebar under the Education portfolio.
Below is a timetable of the key education programs and seminars run throughout the academic year:
First semester, week 1.
First semester, week 2
First and second semester, weeks 3 to 12
First and second semester, week 8
First and second semester, week 12
If you have any questions, feel free to contact any of the members of the Education Portfolio:
Director of Education: Lynton Brooks ([email protected])
Tutorials Officer: Geerthana Narendren ([email protected])
Academic Support Officer: Sarah Ward ([email protected])
International and Exchange Student Representative: Pearl Jin ([email protected])
Education Publications: Aneesh Tiwary ([email protected])
This Friday is the LAST DAY of semester two 2014! To help you celebrate and relax in the lead up to final exams, stop by the Law Library at lunch time (12-2 pm) Friday 24 October to score a FREE BOOST JUICE and an advance copy of the Monash LSS BEING Magazine! The BEING Magazine is the LSS’ health and well-being publication and contains heaps of handy tips and advice to get you through the stresses of swotvac!
Need some last minute revision for your law subjects? The LSS is running a series of 90 minute revision seminars presented by past HD-students in week 12 for each of the core and quasi-core law units, excluding RAW. Each seminar aims to provide an overall structure for each subject, with an emphasis on the key exam topics and a focus on exam structure.
Want to get the inside lane on your exam studies? Curious as to what makes a HD exam stand out? The LSS Exams Skills Seminar is all about covering the tips and techniques needed to give your exams preparation and writing that extra edge.
Peer Mentoring provides a fantastic opportunity to improve leadership abilities and your professional skills. It is really important in assisting 2015 first year students in their transition into University and Law, and we are looking for ways to improve the program every year.
Have you done well in Lawyers Ethics and Society? The LSS is currently looking for a presenter to take the Ethics Revision Seminar in week 12. This is a paid position and a fantastic way to help other students with their studies. If you are interested, please contact Lynton Brooks at [email protected] by the 6th of October with the mark you received and a short 100 word explanation of why you'd make a good presenter.
The LSS will be running its Exam Skills Seminar on Wednesday this week (week 8) from 12-1pm in 11/H1. This is a great opportunity to learn how HD level students study, and how they would prepare for the various exam formats you might face during your law degree (open book exams, closed book exams, policy exams etc.). If you're free from 12pm, make sure to come down to H1 before it comes time for exams!
Updates to the student tutorial program, including notifications about tutorial cancellations and venue changes, can now be found on the LSS website at http://monashlss.com/education/student-tutorial-program-proudly-sponsored-clayton-utz. This page can also be accessed by going through the Education -> Student Tutorial Program -> Tutorial Announcements tabs at the top of the page. Please check this page regularly to stay up to date with what is happening with the program.
It’s your turn for feedback: Be sure to complete your SETU SURVEYS – ending 12 SEPTEMBER 2012!
Loved a Unit? Hated a Unit? Didn’t get enough feedback? Loved a lecturer? Or were you bored to tears? Need a valid study procrastination? Make sure you complete your SETU survey! It is vital the faculty hear YOUR views about YOUR Units and YOUR lecturers and tutors. It is the ONLY way units and teaching can be improved!