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End of Semester 2 2014 information

Dear students,

We hope you all did well on your Semester 2 2014 exams. Below you will find some important end of semester information.

Semester 2 2014 Official Release of Results

The S2 2014 Official Release of Results is on Friday 5 December 2014.

Where to get results?

Your results will be available via your student email account at 9am on 5 December.

Honours Applications Closing Soon!

The honours closing date for students graduating in semester 2 2014 and summer 2015 is less than 2 weeks away - Friday 21 November.  Please don't miss out your chance to be considered for honours and be recognised for your hard work in your Law degree.

For more information please see the Law Honours web page.  

Regards, Student Services.  

Good Luck with your Exams

The Exam Period will run from Friday 7 November to Saturday 22 November.

The Exams Unit have scheduled many exams in the Law Building (particularly on Levels 2 and 3).

There are signs outside the relevant rooms which will be used for Exams. Students are not permitted to use class rooms for studying when there are exams scheduled in those rooms. Please do not move the furniture around in these rooms as they have been set up specifically for Exams. Your co-operation with staff from the Exams Unit and the Exam invigilators is very much appreciated.

National Liaison Officer, Anti-Poverty Week

Request for expressions of interest in the position of  National Liaison Officer, Anti-Poverty Week (based in the Centres Precinct, UNSW Law Building)

The position of National Liaison Officer is available for an agreed period of at least 12 months, commencing no later than 14 January 2015. It will involve an agreed amount of work averaging about 15 hours per week. There is considerable flexibility for negotiation of the times of work to suit study or family commitments.

Semester 2 2014 Internal Exams Schedule

The Semester 2 2014 Internal Exams Schedule for the main examination period (November 7-22) can be found here.

Any further queries regarding this can be directed to

Kind Regards

Law Student Services

Summer 2014/2015 Enrolment

Enrolment for for Summer 2014/2015 will commence on Thursday 2 October 2014, 9am via myUNSW

Enrolment in courses is allocated on a first come first served basis. Students are recommended to enrol in courses as soon as Enrolment OPENS!

Important Links below:

Law Summer Courses

Honours Applications Now Open

Honours applications are now open for students completing in semester 2 2014 and Summer 2014/15. The award of Honours in the LLB and JD program is based on the following requirements:

1) Completion of both degrees of the Dual Law Program or the Graduate Law Program (LLB) or the Juris Doctor (JD) Program;

2) Attainment of the Honours Weighted Average Mark (WAM) in Law (top 30% in your graduating cohort);

3) Sufficient performance of research-based assessment tasks including submission of relevant essays; and

Summer 2014/15 and Semester 1 2015 Experiential Learning Courses

Did you missed the Summer 2014/15 and Semester 1 2015 Experiential Learning Applications deadline?

Don’t worry, because the applications deadline for the below placements have been extended to next Wednesday 17 September!

Provisional Summer 2014/2015 Timetable

The Provisional Summer Timetable for 2014/2015 have now been published on the Law Timetable Planner.

Summer session will run from 1 December 2014 to 6 February 2015. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for further information.

Summer enrolments will commence on 2 October 2014. Please refer to the UNSW Key Dates website for further information.

Careers Seminar

Careers – What is your Plan B?

In a changing and competitive legal market the move from student to lawyer can be more difficult than it has been in the past. The summer clerkship position can be more difficult to obtain and may not be right for the career you are really after anyway. What is your dream job and how do you secure it?

Hear from Jane Holliday, professional career coach and lawyer, and Michael Legg, UNSW Law Director of Senior Studies and law firm veteran on:

• Active career management