“I came to law school with an optimistic outlook. I came from a cohort that I felt was very unaware of its surroundings. … You couldn’t have the kind of conversation that you can have with people here at the law school.”
A woman in a nightclub cubicle once told me that rubbing your clit is a private act of resistance. She was drunk and slurring, but these were wise words nonetheless.
It’s late March, 2020. Victoria has just entered a strict COVID-19 lockdown. To distract myself from what seemed to be the end of days, I was experimenting with baking. I had decided on a lemon meringue pie. A quick google search informed me that I needed eight eggs, which was eight more than I had at home.
With exams on the way, Purely Dicta’s asked around to bring you this dossier of top tips to help you study for and SMASH™ those sem 1 exams.
The kinds of racism and prejudice which have informed films of the past are just as ubiquitous and pervasive today…
Almost exactly 80 years ago, Robert Menzies declared freedom of expression to be one of Australia’s ‘foundational’ freedoms.
Tatiana joined MLS from the London School of Economics in 2020. She received her D.Phil, BCL and LLB from the University of Oxford.
This content list contains several ideas for anyone running into a creativity block or hoping to find inspiration.
As we bid farewell to the 2019-20 LSS Committee, Purely Dicta picked the brains of some of your outgoing Directors and Student Representatives for all the spicy memories and juicy
Judith Marychurch, Assistant Dean- Teaching & Learning, reminds us about the support services available to students.
Neeharika Palachanda and Paige Carter talk about their awesome new podcast that helps you learn more about the career paths open to you after your law degree.