We asked the LSS committee for their top tips for staying sane and thriving while working from home!
I’ll do my best to transport you back to a time pre-COVID-19, and recap the absolute pleasure and privilege it was to take part in EBLA.
On behalf of everyone at PD and the Melbourne University Law Students’ Society (LSS), I’d like to welcome you to the new year—both to our fresh-faced first-years and our seasoned senior students.
In the afternoon of an overcast day in week 9, I plucked up the courage to interview a bunch of skaters at the University Square Skate Spot (USSS). This interview was in response to an alarming level of interest exhibited by all years of the JD; the skaters were vehemently characterised as enigmatic and thus offered a glimpse into a life free from legal rigidity. These are their stories.
By Tegan Evans CW- This article contains references to sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors. Content warnings have taken on a place in the popular consciousness
In an attempt to provide a platform for the voices that get lost within the black letter law, we decided to depart from our traditional form of written articles through
By Stephanie Löwe and Eleanor Clifford Can you give us an overview of the subject (what was the focus, what were the expectations)? Institutions in International Law is an intensive
What do you get when you mix a passionate splotch for art with a dollop of legislation, policy and licenses? Well, you get an onomatopoeic question with a confusing legal
By Clódagh Hussein, Rose Barnsley and Lachlan Helme-King Can you give us an overview of the subject (what was the focus, what were the expectations)? Clodagh: Global Lawyer explored what
Professor Jeannie Marie Paterson teaches and researches in the areas of contracts, consumer protection, and the role of technological change in these areas. She is also involved in several ongoing