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Welcome to Monash Law!
My name is Alicia Simonds and I am the Vice President (Education) of the Monash Law Students’ Society.
It is my role through the Education portfolio, with the help of Lynton Brooks, Jialing Chen, Perveen Maan and Natasha Simonds, to help you maintain your excellent academic results.
Your selection into the Monash Bachelor of Laws degree reflects your hard work and achievements at school. Throughout the year, the Education portfolio runs many academic programs and events to support your law studies, as well as develop your legal research and writing skills, with a particular emphasis on excelling in law exams and assignments. In addition to running numerous academic enhancement programs throughout the year, we also publish a range of Guides and magazines to enhance your law degree and give students the opportunity to contribute. We also help international and exchange students settle into life at Monash University and provide book scholarships to LSS members from low socio-economic and disadvantaged backgrounds.
Your time at Monash law will open up an entire world of possibilities beyond your academic studies so make sure you take advantage of all the opportunities from day one!
The LSS’ Education team are:
Vice President (Education)
Academic Support Officer
Book & Scholarships Officer
International Student Representative
Publications (Education) Officer
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/tutorialannouncements. 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!
The SETU online surveys for the S2 UG Units are now open!
This is especially important with the current curriculum review in place, which will effect every law student. The Faculty are very keen to hear all constructive criticism, positive comments and suggestions on how units and teaching can be improved.
It takes 5-10 minutes and is a great study procrastination, so make sure you fill it out before exams! Thank you in advance for your assistance, The Faculty really do care about what YOU say and do strive to continually improve the Units and teaching based on YOUR feedback.
Nb: Please keep in mind the University’s Equal Opportunity Policy when writing your feedback. The policy is available at at http://www.monash.edu.au/equity-diversity/policies/equal-opportunity-policy.html. High offensive or personal comments may not be able to be shared with the teaching team.