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Workshops session dates

Please note the changes to the Legal Research and Writing Workshops.

Compulsory workshops

Professional Conduct - Session 2, 2017

Thiscompulsoryworkshop is a four-day, key feature of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB).Students must attend this workshop when they are enrolled inLAW00519 Professional Conductwhich is normally in the final year of study.

Workshop details
Venue: Gold Coast campus
Rooms: A220
Date: 19 - 22 July 2017 (Internal students only 19 - 21 July, 2017)
Time: 9am - 5pm

Program: Download the program

Honours workshops

End of year presentations - Session 2, 2017

An award of Honours signals that a student has achieved high order legal research competancies and a high standard of academic excellence in their LLB degree. Completion of the LLB with Honours requires students to develop skills in legal research methodologies, skills that are highly relevant to a range of professional career options, including academic careers, research, policy and government advisory positions, as well as enhancing the range of legal research skills that can be applied to conventional forms of legal practice.

At the end of their research projects, and immediately following their thesis submission, students are invited to participate in a short seminar designed to showcase, recognise and celebrate the work they have conducted over the course of their research.

Workshop details - TBC
Venue: TBC
Room: TBC
Date: TBC
Time: TBC

Non-compulsory workshops

Legal Research and Writing - Session 2, 2017

This is an introductory workshop for online students enrolled in LAW00051 Legal Research and Writing. This workshop is not compulsory but is highly recommended for students commencing university study for the first time.
NOTE: The Legal Research and Writing workshop only proceeds if there is sufficient interest.

Tentative details

Workshop details - Gold Coast - Session 2
Venue: Gold Coast campus
Room: A129 and A342
Date: Sunday 6 August **subject to change**
Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm (QLD time)

Assistance

If you need assistance with the workshop sessions or you have any questions, please contact lawrecep@scu.edu.au