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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
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
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
LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. http://ytlnk.co/1H57s5U Advice Before Court We recommend booking a one-hour conference with your Melbourne lawyer before going to court. You will get expert advice on what you should do, the likely outcome and any preparation you need to do beforehand. You will also get a fixed quote on the cost for you to be represented in Melbourne Magistrates Court on the day. Court Lawyers If you prefer, you can meet your lawyer at Melbourne Magistrates Court, without the need for a conference beforehand. Some examples of when this will suit you are adjournments, simple pleas or when your case is listed for directions from the court (not a final hearing). And if you are not on bail, you may not even need to attend. Get a G...
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
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
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.
Melbourne Law School alumni, staff, students and friends celebrated the 160th anniversary of Melbourne Law School at a gala dinner on Saturday 3rd June.
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.
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The pressure is on! Sketchual Healing. Guild Theatre. August 31- September 9. Get your tickets now: thelawrevue.com/tickets MASTERFOOD: Written by Daniel Beratis, Starring the full cast: Jan Mihal, Madi Savage, Annabel Lanyon, Alli Paxton-Hall, James Camo, Lauren Bennett, Slaydun P Tragangles, Alex Thomson, Isabelle Knight and Daniel Beratis This video is in no way associated or affiliated with Coles, Masterchef, or Channel 10...unless of course they want to give us jobs. We're
Prof Dianne Otto, speaking on "Feminist Encounters with International Human Rights Law" at MLS today, answers my question about some humans being told to "Shut Up" - especially at universities. Apologies for the sound volume when Otto was speaking, however, here is my attempt at a transcript: "I don't know the details of those encounters but I certainly think that both those women were, um, making controversial contributions to our discussions & those controversies need discussion. I... I don't know... I guess I'm not prepared to sort of just taint feminists with the desire to shut down such conversations. I think that, um, that people across the political spectrum can be... can take that kind of position & sometimes there might be very good reasons -- justifications for that & other time...
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