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Feb 2010

The law is a mirror to societal morals and values, although some would argue that reflection is 5+ years behind. The chance to learn about this mechanism that underpins everything, and have an opportunity to challenge, change and develop it, is most appealing for an idealistic law student.

-Sarah Christian, Law student

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13
Feb 2010

Work experience and networking is just as important, if not more important, than your marks! You will very quickly learn this. - Phillip Briffa, law student

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13
Feb 2010

Managing work, study … and everything else! 29 year old artist, schoolteacher and Juris Doctor student Andrew Taylor, feels the pain of older law students in our exclusive Q&A.

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13
Feb 2010

Law is a great discipline to learn some fundamental skills – analysis, reasoning, effective communication and above all the intricacies of legal parlance. Students must approach their studies in law with a view to learn and perfect these skills. Doing well in law is also about working hard.

-Max Ababio, Law Student

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13
Feb 2010

“What kept you going through law school?”

“The thought that one day I would be a hot shot corporate lawyer with loads of money and a house in Point Piper. I joke.”

-Kounny Rattley, Solicitor at Clayton Utz

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Feb 2010

Before you dive into panic reading, be strategic. Apply this five-step checklist to ensure you are best able to cover the major areas of your course most likely to be examined within your limited time frame, with limited resources.

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