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2014 Indigenous Charlie Perkins Scholarships

The Charlie Perkins Scholarships are now accepting applications for 2014.    

Each year the Charlie Perkins Scholarship Trust offers two Scholarships for Indigenous postgraduates to study for up to three years at either Cambridge or Oxford universities.

To be considered for the Scholarship, applicants must have applied for a course at Cambridge and/or Oxford.  Applicants must also submit:

Summer 2013/2014 and Semester 1 2014 Enrolment

Summer 2013/2014 and Semester 1 2014 Enrolment

The upgrade to the Student System at UNSW has meant that Enrolment for Summer and S1 2014 has been delayed slightly. 

Summer 2013/2014 Enrolment 

myUNSW Outage - 27 September to 8 October

myUNSW will be unavailable from 12.00pm Friday, 27 September to 8.00am Tuesday, 8 October 2013

This is due to the upgrade of the UNSW Student System. The following Law Student Services workarounds will be implemented to ensure there is minimal impact on Students @ UNSW Law during the Outage. Please note that this is affecting the university as a whole. Please read the below and take action where necessary. 

LAWS8052 Postgraduate Human Rights Internship (6uoc) at the Civil Liberties Australia

Are you looking to do an internship during the upcoming Summer Semester 2013/14?

If so, you may be interested in the Human Rights Internship at the Civil Liberties Australia (CLA)

Successful completion of this the internship and the related assessments will allow 6 units of credit (uoc) towards your degree!

Its not too late to Enrol in a T2B course

There is still time to enrol in certain T2B courses which have yet to commence. Students have until the 22 September 2013 to enrol in a T2B course via myUNSW.

T2B Courses are taught from 16 September to 1 November 2013. The following courses still have spaces. 

Internship opportunity: National Copyright Unit, NSW Department of Education & Communities

An exciting internship opportunity has arisen for a UNSW student to work with the National Copyright Unit on a policy project related to the current Australian Law Reform Commission inquiry into Copyright in the Digital Economy.

The National Copyright Unit is based on Bridge Street in Sydney and is responsible for:

• negotiating statutory and voluntary licences with copyright collecting societies on behalf of Australian schools and TAFE institutes;

• liaising with other education sectors and industry bodies on copyright policy issues;

2013 SIEL/CUP Prize for an Essay in International Economic Law

2013 SIEL/CUP Prize for an Essay in International Economic Law

Census Date is this Saturday, 31 August 2013

Saturday, August 31 (CENSUS DATE) – important!

The last day to withdraw without academic and financial penalty from a T2 or T2A course is this Saturday 31 August. Please note as the Census Date falls on a Saturday, students should ideally contact Student Services before Friday 30 August with any queries regarding withdrawing from courses. Please note that if you are only enrolled in 1 course, myUNSW will not permit you to withdraw online and you will need to apply for leave. 

S2 2014 Exchange Information Session

Interested to go on Exchange? Come and see how a semester overseas on international exchange can boost your career options while providing you with an unforgettable life changing experience.

An exchange adviser from the UNSW Global Education and Exchange Program will come to room G23 (Law Theatre, ground floor) on Tuesday 27 August at 1pm to provide information on application procedures, scholarships as well as an overview of the destinations that are specifically available for an exchange in Law.

NSW Bar Association Open Day for Female Law Students

NSW Bar Association Open Day for Female Law Students - Friday, 27 September 2013

The NSW Bar Association Equal Opportunity Committee is pleased to host an Open Day for Female Law Students on Friday, 27 September 2013.

The Open Day provides a wonderful opportunity for female law students to meet successful women barristers and observe them at work in chambers and at Court.

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