“I asked a woman at Walmart where the rubbish bins were on my first day in the US, she looked at me like I was speaking another language”
LLL has put together some tips and tricks to help you on finding office work experience, and balancing work with university.
“…our taxi ride to south New Delhi was an experience in itself. Imagine a four-lane highway with clear lane markings and then everyone ignoring those road markings and playing a game of Tetris with their vehicles.”
“the Otago District Law Society did not allow her full access to their library and excluded her from annual dinners due to her status as a woman. Thankfully, this sort of blatant discrimination is no longer tolerated.”
Final-year law student William van Roosmalen offers his insight to ‘gather ye rosebuds while ye may’ and make the most of what law school can offer.
Finishing your first year of law school? Thinking about enrolling in your first year and looking ahead to the future? Everything you need to know about selection into 2nd year law at VUW!
Know Your Rights Flatting Guide – a practical booklet that aims to teach students about their legal rights when it comes to tenancy. We got Victoria law students Po Tsai and Autumn McNeill to tell us about their involvement in the project.
Applying for your first serious legal job can be daunting … Read on for some tips from Vanessa Syme (People & Performance Manager at MinterEllisonRuddWatts) on how to impress your prospective employer and secure that job!
Judge Ida Malosi recently hosted VUW PLSS members at the Pasifika Youth Court for a day. Mariah Hori Te Pa descibes their experience.
Find out how you can get help ‘bridging the gap’ between law school and entering the work force.