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Melbourne Law School's vibrant and active community comprises expert and award-winning teaching staff, a strong alumni network, dedicated mentors, visiting scholars from across the globe, leading research centres and institutions, as well as our partner international organisations. Find out more at http://law.unimelb.edu.au/study/jd
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
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.
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
Over one hundred anti-abortionists marched on the streets of downtown Melbourne on Saturday afternoon to protest the Government of Victoria's current abortion legislation. The march ended in front of Melbourne's Parliament House, where speeches from pro-life advocates from around the country took place. "For a society that prides itself on inclusiveness and diversity, prematurely ending the life of a tiny baby simply because he has Down's Syndrome is abhorrent," said Youth for Life representative Rebecca Gosper. Video ID: 20171007 005 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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The Law of Precession states that for every action we take, there will be a side effect arising at 90 Degrees to the line of action. This effect happens to us every single day of our lives, but we are ignorant of it.
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://law.unimelb.edu.au/study/jd/entry-requirements/about-lsat To learn more about studying the Melbourne JD and our upcoming information sessions and events go to http://law.unimelb.edu.au/study/jd
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The Arts Law pathway offered at The University of Melbourne is unique to other Australian universities. It is the most flexible Arts Law pathway offered in Australia, allowing you to study humanities, social sciences, languages and other disciplines outside during your degree to pursue all of your passions. Find out more: http://ba.unimelb.edu.au/arts-law
Here are 3 tips for choosing Best Law Firm In Melbourne: 1. Do your research on the lawyer's reputation and personal injury experience. Ask the person who referred you to the lawyer for their thoughts. You can also check online. 2. Meet or speak with the lawyer and to see whether you are comfortable with them and want them to handle your case. For the initial consultation, consider having the lawyer meet you in your home. Not all lawyers will do this unless you are too injured to go but maybe try. 3. Make sure that you take a look at their costs agreement re: no win, no fee. Some lawyers word their costs agreement differently and may not include certain things in their no fee clauses such as medical assessment costs. Bigger isn't always better. The personal touch matters. Related t...
Melbourne Law School alumni, staff, students and friends celebrated the 160th anniversary of Melbourne Law School at a gala dinner on Saturday 3rd June.
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