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It's more than a degree. More than one of the world's best law schools. We will inspire you to listen, analyse, question and excel.
We're more than a degree. More than prestigious. More than one of the best law schools in the world. It's not just what you study, but what you take when you leave us that has the most impact.
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The Monash Law School mooting team has finished in the top 5% at the 23rd annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna, Austria.
Monash University's Law courses have been granted recognition by the Bar Council of India.
Congratulations to Adjunct Professor the Honourable Nahum Mushin AM who has been made a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia.
MONASH LAW SCHOOL'S mooting team has made it to the finals at the 13th annual Willem C Vis (East) International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Hong Kong.
Monash Law School and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) have launched a major report into intimate partner killings in Victoria.
This @CastanCentre book demystifies human rights for business executives & practitioners. Launch 20/6 https://t.co/0IW6VGu6sh #humanrights
Our latest e-briefing celebrates the achievements of the Monash Law Faculty community. Read it now #lawstudents https://t.co/MN4g705SAV
RT @MonashUni: Welcome back to Dr Waleed Aly and Holly Ransom for our Graduate Student Conference: Professions of the future. https://t.co/…
RT @MonashMalaysia: Most innovative university in Australia - Congratulations Monash! #MonashPride https://t.co/p16ARbqTWM https://t.co/1DG…
"It was like being governor of the Indian tribes... two million people were sort of under my jurisdiction so it was a little like being a state governor of a far-flung state."
Kevin Washburn, American law professor and member of the Chickasaw Nation, served as President Barack Obama's highest-ranking adviser on Native American affairs.
Professor Washburn joins 'Have You Got That Right' (the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law podcast) to discuss Native American rights under Presidents Obama and Trump.
OR HERE haveyougotthatright.com/the-podcast/
Like what you hear? Subscribe on iTunes.
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Learn legal concepts with us at @MonashUni, from anywhere around the world! Starts Monday. #law #contracts #crime… https://t.co/Ie0wrx69TF
Are you ready to study law in the heart of Melbourne's legal precinct? Our Juris Doctor is the key to your career. https://t.co/epxbFkd0q4
Our latest e-briefing celebrates the achievements of the Monash Law Faculty community. Read it here https://t.co/MN4g705SAV #lawstudents
The Courts and Tribunal Research Roundtable is coming at a crucial time. Call for papers: #auslaw #law #courts https://t.co/DN7qEXxAA4
The Law Guide is the first of its kind: a comprehensive look at the many options you have with a law degree.
Interested in private practice, criminal law, academia, family law, public policy, human rights... or a non-law career?
The Law Guide brings together the information you'll need to make the successful transition from education to employment and flourish as a young professional.
Check out the Law Guide here: goo.gl/Pt9Ac6
Are you aiming to make a difference to Australia's future by enabling social change, strengthening Australia-Asia ties or through technology and innovation?
Valued at up to $120,000 over 2-3 years, a Westpac Future Leaders scholarship might be your calling.
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"Reconciliation is not an outcome or a goal as much as a relationship and an ongoing journey," says Melissa Castan from the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law.
"It’s vital for the long term wellbeing of settler nations – for their identity, history, polity and nationhood." #NRW2017
His Honour Magistrate Raj Malhotra is the second person of Indian origin to be appointed a magistrate in Victoria.
Join His Honour next Wednesday 31 May as he speaks about his cultural experience growing up in Australia and tells stories from his extensive legal career, including as Crown Prosecutor for the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions in Western Australia and a member of the Adult Parole Board.
Applications open soon for Summer Clerkships.
Make sure you check out LegalVitae to apply for the full range of upcoming opportunities.
Register here: www.legalvitae.com.au
Ever wondered how the Adult Parole Board makes its decisions?
The Adult Parole Board will host a mock parole hearing at the Melbourne Magistrates' Court tomorrow morning (Saturday 20 May) at 11:15am.
Follow the story of a prisoner from when he is sentenced to when he applies for and is on parole.
Come along and meet eight members of the Board, including the Chair His Honour Peter Couzens who is a former County Court Judge and President of the Children's Court.
(Hint: for the full experience, arrive at the court at 10am to see the preceding mock criminal trial of the same person.)
MORE INFO goo.gl/Ucbmpj
Congratulations to Nina Vallins and Yannis Goutzamanis!
The two Monash Law graduates are among only three nominees to be shortlisted for the Law Student of the Year award at the Law Institute of Victoria's 2017 Victorian Legal Awards.
Nina is a Monash JD graduate and is currently working at Angela Sdrinis Legal in personal injury law, representing survivors of institutional abuse. While a Monash Law student, Nina won the Michael Taussig QC Family Law Essay Award, a Law Achievement Award and the Blackwood Family Lawyers Prize for Principles of Family Law.
Yannis is a Monash LLB graduate at King & Wood Mallesons, working in the Dispute Resolution practice. Among his achievements as a student, Yannis was a winner in the Ashurst General Moot Competition 2014 and runner-up in the King & Wood Mallesons General Moot Competition 2016.
We are incredibly proud of Nina and Yannis for their achievements and look forward to watching their career journeys.
The award ceremony will be held this Friday 19 May. We wish them both the best of luck for the night!