ALSA Conference 2014 Directors' Positions



The Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) Conference is coming to Brisbane in 2014, and now is your opportunity to be part of the Conference team!

The Conference is an annual event that hosts the national competition finals (ie mooting, client interviewing, negotiation etc), education forums and workshops, and as always, stellar social events for all delegates.

Part Time Receptionist / Secretary / Law Clerk - Brisbane CBD

“RECEPTIONIST / SECRETARY / LAW CLERK position available in small firm near the CBD.
• Part-time position available.
• 2 to 3 days a week.
• Remuneration is at award rates.
• Commencing in mid January 2013
• Would prefer applicants to have completed at least one year of a law degree.
• Terms flexible, enquiries welcome.

Please send cover letter and resume to -

Annette Bradfield
Fox Bradfield Lawyers
PO Box 3078
South Brisbane BC Q 4101
5/17 Peel Street, South Brisbane Q 4101

2012 - 2013 CAMLA Essay Competition




The Communications and Media Law Association is holding an essay competition over the summer of 2012-2013. CAMLA is one of the leading organisations in Australia bringing together people with an interest in media and communications law. Our membership includes major Australian media and communications companies, relevant government bodies and leading law firms. See


The purpose of this essay competition is:

Griffith Law School's Legal History Seminar

Dear GLS Students,



The Organising Committee extends its invitation to attend the seventh seminar of the Griffith Law School’s Legal History Seminar Series on Thursday 13 December 2012 at the Ship Inn Function Room at South Bank, commencing at 6.00 pm.


Semester One 2013 Electives Guide

Just in time for enrolment next week, GULS proudly presents its Semester One 2013 Electives Guide. Delve within for undreamt of delights, and please share this post with all your friends at Griffith that they may get a little bit more information about their elective choices.

The guide can be accessed at this link.

We hope you enjoy and that the guide is as informative as ever!

GULS Peer Assisted Learning Seminars

GULS is yet again hosting some truly helpful Peer Assisted Learning Seminars prior to the exam period of Semester 2.

These seminars will last an hour each and take place on Tuesday the 30th of October at the following times for the following subjects:

10am: Criminal Procedure and Sentencing
11am: Property 2
12pm: Trusts
1pm: Intro to Legal Theory

Please come along to Room 0.65 in N53 to build up your knowledge prior to your exams, and invite your friends to this event so they can share their knowledge with everyone else!

Black Tie Dinner Next Week!

The Twentieth Anniversary GULS Black Tie Dinner is just nine days away! If you haven't already purchased your ticket, please come and see us in the GULS Office or get it online at this link by Monday at the latest. No more tickets will be sold after Monday. Sorry for the bold type; it's a bit important.


Clayton Utz vs HopgoodGanim Mentorship Debate

Have you ever wanted to see big law firms have a barfight over the necessity for doing a law degree? If so, that's ridiculous.

Election Results

The votes are now in. Thanks to everyone who voted, and thanks very much to everyone who nominated for a position. Congratulations to the elected committee for 2013:


Kirsty Foulkes

VP Activities
Laura Anderson

VP Administration
Alexander Kucharski

VP Education
Jarrah Storey

VP Finance and Marketing
Jessica Musulin


Competitions Conveners
Jack Kennedy
Lauren Smith

Social Conveners

Second Instance AGM

The second instance AGM will be held to discuss those issues that were adjourned at the first instance.


Date: Wednesday 17 October
Time: 10:00am
Room: TBC


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