How to succeed in law school

UNSW law faculty is offering two lunchtime workshops for international students studying law at UNSW. They are designed to offer additional support and tips for students who wish to improve their skills in class preparation and class participation. The workshops are an opportunity to also ask questions and discuss strategies to achieve your best in your degree.

How to succeed in law school as an international student workshop 1: class preparation

This workshop will address the importance of developing skills necessary to prepare you for class, including critical reading, note-taking and understanding different types of legal text. Good preparation will ensure that you enhance the time you have to read the cases and articles required for your course, and equip you for class. 

Date: Wednesday 10 August 12-1pm

Location: Staff common room, level 2

Register: here

How to succeed in law school as an international student workshop 2: class participation

This workshop will address skills such as critical note-taking, and identify key ways to engage in class. Class participation is also a real opportunity for you to consolidate your learning throughout the course.

Date: Friday 19 August, 1-2pm

Location: Staff common room, level 2

Register: here

These workshops will be run by Melissa Crouch, the International Student Academic Support Officer. A light lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP on eventbrite, indicating your name, ID number and whether you have any specific dietary restrictions as prompted to in the form.