By Morgaan Blazina 1. Where did you intern? I interned at the Human Rights Law Network (‘HRLN’) which is one of the largest human rights NGOs in India. The organisation
We guarantee that everyone you bump into in the hallowed halls of MLS is so much more than just a law student! This week, we are thrilled to celebrate the
By Stephen Watson. Just last week, we had the pleasure of officially launching the Law School’s Student Division of Lawyers without Borders. This division is the first of its kind
I recently discovered a new term that has brought me some sense of understanding, and relief, about myself. ‘Third culture kid’. I had never heard of it before, but immediately
Shilpa Sringar and Ed Howard answer some questions about the popular winter intensive. Questions by Reetika Khanna Where did you intern? We interned at the Chambers of Rajshekhar Rao. Mr.
Hark! It is that time, that breeze, that state of mind.It is a channel to the sea, a channel from you to me.A great chasm, a shimmering microcosm,it is returning
Lawless is a series of articles which celebrate the stories, talents and passions of students at Melbourne Law School, beyond their experiences in law. This week features the talents and wit of Elizabeth Kuiper.
This semester, Purely Dicta have been working on a video series entitled ‘Faces Behind The Law’. In an attempt to give exposure to the voices that the black letter law
Alana is a lawyer and curator who has merged her areas of expertise by founding her own art advisory and law firm, Guest Work Agency. After studying a Bachelor of
Growing up, I knew my family was different. When I was very young, I didn’t realise different didn’t necessarily mean ‘bad’.