THE USQ Law SocietY
The University of Southern Queensland Law Society (USQLS) is a non-profit, volunteer organisation that aims to enhance student experience in all aspects of their personal, social, academic and professional development. The core functions of the USQLS are:
1. To advocate our Members interests and concerns;
2. To support our Members with the appropriate guidance and opportunities; and
3. To mentor our Members while creating and nurturing strong relationships.
Established in 2008, the USQLS is comprised of law students from Toowoomba, Springfield, and the external cohort. The USQLS is passionate about law and justice as well as strengthening our relationships the wider legal community. The USQLS organises, hosts, and promotes networking events, social events, competitions, education and career development sessions.
The USQLS is also registered as an incorporated association in Queensland and bound by the Associations Incorporation Act 1991 (Qld). The USQLS is managed and operated by the Executive Council which is made up of nine voting Councillors and eight non-voting Councillors. The USQLS office is located at room T425-3 on the USQ Toowoomba campus. At the end of each year the USQLS begins accepting nominations for positions in the Executive Council for the following year.