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Law School can be a jungle teeming with some of the most interesting species imaginable. Written and produced by Dominique Logan, Henry Dow, Jay Kim and Max Wilkins. To learn more about studying the Melbourne JD and our upcoming information sessions and events go to http://law.unimelb.edu.au/study/jd
See what the internationally recognised Melbourne Law Masters program has to offer through first hand insights from our students and outstanding lecturers. With over 160 subjects across 21 specialist legal areas, the video offers a valuable insight into the program and why it attracts students from all parts of the world. http://www.unimelb.edu.au http://www.facebook.com/melbuni http://www.twitter.com/unimelb
Melbourne JD student Tom Diaz talks about preparation for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) that is designed to measure the skills that are considered essential for success in law school. To register for the next LSAT go to http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/test-dates-deadlines To learn more about studying the Melbourne JD and our upcoming information sessions and events go to http://law.unimelb.edu.au/study/jd
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA — If you like ogling photos of young students at the University of Melbourne, one of Australia’s most prestigious universities, then you are sexist and foster a rape culture. That is, at least, the opinion of University of Melbourne law student Laura Blandthorn, who wants a Facebook page called Hotties of the University of Melbourne to be removed. The page has drawn more than 13,000 followers and features photos of men and women who attend the university, along with the names and descriptions of their academic majors. Blandthorn has organized a petition, signed by more than 1,000 people, that calls for the page to be taken down. In addition, the University of Melbourne has also asked Facebook to take the page down. Facebook traces its origins to the ogling of colleg...
Interested in studying Law at the University of Melbourne? Listen to Associate Professor Elise Bant chat about the what differentiates the Melbourne Law School and the breadth of study opportunities available in Law, along with a current student talking about their experience and what they have enjoyed about the course.
Learn why Melbourne Law School uses the LSAT - (Law School Admission Test). This is an independent, international test administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), which sends results directly to Melbourne Law School.
The Same ol' Lie World Tour takes us to Melbourne, Australia today 7 March 2014. I spoke with a couple of cops from the Melbourne police department. The first cop put me on hold and got an associate, they both had trouble understanding the question. The first cop laughed initially and said he'd never been asked the question before. As I've said so many times, those forcing compliance to their "laws" never bother to ask whether there's evidence they apply to us at all. So much for critical thought and analysis with bureaucrats. Unless we're professing a belief in magic, there has to be evidence proving the law (man-made rule) applies before there can be jurisdiction over us. No evidence means no application. The second cop tried, but as there is no evidence, he could not provide any...
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Footage of the Melbourne Law School campus and surrounds taken in July 2015. http://www.law.unimelb.edu.au/melbourne-law-school Music: 'We Won't Look Back' by Alaneo Gloor is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. https://soundcloud.com/alaneo-gloor/we-wont-look-back
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The RMIT Law Students' Society is happy to present the Nowicki Carbone Personal Injury Moot as part of our invitational moot series 2014. Melbourne University (Appellant) v RMIT University (Reespondent). Judges: Tony Carbone, Managing Partner - Nowicki Carbone Lawyers John Karantzis, WorkCover Specialist and Partner - Nowicki Carbone Lawyers Steve Notarianni, Senior Associate - Nowicki Carbone Lawyers.
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