Melbourne Law School students enjoy an academically rewarding and dynamic study experience.
Students are encouraged to get involved with the various extra curricular opportunities available and most find that these truly enhance their study experience.
The University of Melbourne offers a wide range of student societies, services and activities, making sure your time with us is intellectually stimulating and socially rewarding.
Law Student Societies
Melbourne Law School has four student groups who represent the interests of law students. These groups run social activities, career networking, tutorials, mooting and other student competitions and many other activities and programs.
- Global Law Students Association (GLSA)
- Melbourne Chinese Law Society (MCLS)
- Melbourne Law Students Society (LSS)
- Postgraduate Law Students Association (PLSA)
Melbourne Law School also has two student-run journals, which can be a great way of getting involved with the Law School on an academic level. Students who sit on the Editorial Boards of the Melbourne University Law Review and the Melbourne Journal of International Law find this an incredibly rewarding experience.
University Clubs and Societies
The University of Melbourne has over 300 student clubs and societies covering academic discipline areas as well as politics, sport, the arts and much more! Clubs and societies are run through the Melbourne University Student Union and are a great way to meet new people and get involved with University life, and there truly is something for everyone to enjoy.
Melbourne University Student Union (MUSU)
In addition to their huge range of clubs and societies, the student union provides comprehensive advice and support for students, with services ranging from academic counselling to providing meeting spaces, library and IT resources.