The USQLS is passionate about our career development and educational programs. As a regional law society with students all across Australia, we strive to bring our students in contact with practitioners from different backgrounds and experiences.
The Law Society’s Careers Team is your voice on the Learning and Teaching Sub Committee and we want to hear your opinion and feedback. If you would like to submit any feedback, we would appreciate it and you may do so anonymously: LTS.email@example.com
2021 Virtual Networking Series
Banking and Finance in the Future Q & A – Mills Oakley
This session was hosted by Special Counsel Chris Dirckze SC and Amanda Khoo who provided an overview of the banking and finance world and the digital changes within that (neo-banks and digital law etc).
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USQ Construction Law Seminar
USQ is one of the few universities that offer an elective in this area. This is the first of a series of seminars looking at the different practice areas in law. This seminar was hosted by Mrs Julie Copley, USQ Lecturer, Construction and Property Law, and Mr Nic Gould, Associate Director McR Defence and USQ alumnus who took LAW3473 Construction Law course. The seminar examines what construction law is, the life of a construction lawyer, and how USQ students may benefit from studying construction law.
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Law Clerkship Webinar
This session was hosted by USQ graduate and former Law Society Vice President Timothy Randall. It is an information filled seminar on clerkships and law graduate positions. Timothy provides invaluable advice on the application process and what to expect during recruitment. The USQ Law Society is grateful to our member Matthew Endo for his efforts in facilitating this event.
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College of Law PLT Presentation
You may already have discovered that a law degree is only the first step to becoming a lawyer.
This information session with Jacqui Owen from the College of Law will give you the lowdown on PLT at The College of Law – in particular, how the week one PLT workshops is being conducted via Zoom during the COVID-19 global pandemic.Come find out more about College of Law’s Practical Legal Training course, including:
– When you can start
– What it involves
– Length of the course
– Attendance modes
– Work experience requirements
– Upcoming Queensland dates including how the week one workshop will be conducted online in light of COVID-19
Includes some handy hints on how to accelerate your PLT for students in the earlier years of their law degree.
REMEMBER: You MUST complete a PLT course in order to be admitted as a lawyer in Queensland! PLT is undertaken at the completion of your law degree and is a structured training program designed to develop your practical skills and proficiency in the actual day-to-day practice of law, which you will need when starting work as a graduate and then entry-level lawyer.
More information about the College of Law and their Practical Legal Training Program is available at www.collaw.edu.au/plt or please contact Jacqui via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2020 Virtual Networking Series
2018 Practical Legal Training Information Session
College of Law
2018 Leadership Conference with Jerome Doraisamy
Managing Your Studies, Personal and Professional Life
2017 ‘Beyond Law School’
Randal Denning and Ben Gouldson discuss life after law school and the skills necessary to succeed.
Elective Information Recordings
Listen to subject elective information recordings from lecturers about what their subject offers and where it could lead you.
Annual Welcome Letter
Read the Annual Welcome Letter from Professor Mortensen.