Did you know that one in three law students and legal professionals in Australia will suffer some form of psychological distress in their lifetime?
The Deakin Law Students’ Society Geelong is pleased to be participating in the Australian Law Students’ Association (ALSA)‘s Wellbeing Week for 2015. ALSA wishes to challenge the stigma attached to mental ill-health in the law, promote a broader and honest conversation on this topic and encourage law students and lawyers to be proactive about their mental health and wellbeing. You can visit the ALSA event page for running updates on their initiatives and resources throughout this week, and follow our social media feeds for further informative posts.
Attention Waterfront Law Students! There are still places available on the Deakin Law School‘s Indian Law Program which is due to take place at Symbiosis University – Pune in December 2015.
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The Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) produces a series of fact sheets to help law students stay informed about current issues facing the legal community.
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Planning on studying overseas?
Haven’t yet thought about studying overseas?
Need some #travelinspo in the midst of exam cram?
If any of these apply to you come to the Deakin Abroad Returned Students’ Session!
As Deakin law students, we are a pretty lucky bunch in that there’s over a hundred universities around the world that we can spend a semester or two studying abroad at.
This is your chance to speak with returned students about their experiences studying overseas and find out how you can organise your own trip of a lifetime (and get law credits for it!) The session will feature returned Deakin law students who can give you all the info you need on how to make your law degree work with a semester overseas.
Deakin Waterfront, Tuesday June 2 – 1:00pm in D3.211. Any questions about this event can be sent to Declan Higgins at email@example.com, or click here to visit the event on Facebook.
In light of the staggeringly high incidence of mental health problems within the legal profession, the Australian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) Wellbeing Guide is intended to provide students with some practical, holistic and achievable ways of taking care of their health and wellbeing.