Sydney Law School Graduation Ceremony

Revised: 24 April 2014

Graduation Ceremony
A graduation ceremony is held for law graduands in May and November of each year. To graduate in a ceremony, a student must complete degree requirements at least eight weeks prior to the ceremony date. The 2014 ceremonies will be held on Friday 23 May and Friday 28 November.

Graduation invitation packages (e-invitations) are emailed to graduands approximately three weeks prior to the ceremony date. It is important that you check your email address regularly and ensure your details are up to date. For further details on the formal requirements of the ceremony, the latest ceremony schedule and information on graduating in absentia, please visit the Graduations Office.

The following students are scheduled to graduate on 23 May 2014:

SID
200058703 306188732 308045734 310237319 311172938
200211160 307085082 308161106 310273161 311172997
200412459 307147819 308161874 310283051 311173055
200418507 307147932 308171241 311051375 311173063
200443223 307151018 308179471 311054250 311173144
200445488 307152669 308181042 311057233 311173330
305147021 307155390 308182456 311059821 311173497
305167065 307156672 308183606 311086799 311173594
305167065 307161668 308185943 311097014 311173756
305179071 307163180 308192907 311103162 311173985
305191780 307167585 308193989 311103227 311174086
306125625 307171337 308195256 311104738 311174434
306135590 307175448 308211774 311119573 311174469
306136104 307179648 308214234 311133118 311174485
306138417 307193098 308216598 311135374 311174507
306142511 307193683 308216725 311135498 311174523
306152819 307199371 308219880 311136877 311174566
306153270 307199916 309008212 311172768 311174590
306157667 307201619 309109647 311172784 311174604
306169258 307204553 310139031 311172822 311174612
306185180 307227421 310148367 311172857 311174620


Graduation Ranking
Honours is not awarded in the Juris Doctor. Students are ranked in their graduating cohort for the purposes of postgraduate and scholarship applications, however, this rank is not recorded on a student’s transcript nor is it publically accessible. The ranking is based on the Weighted Average Mark (WAM). All law units of study are weighted equally for the purpose of WAM calculation. The WAM is therefore the mean (average) of results in all law units of study attempted. Units of study with a result of Absent Fail (AF), Discontinued – Fail (DF) are assigned a mark of zero (0) for the purpose of WAM calculation. Units of study with a result of Discontinued –Not Fail (DNF), assessed on a pass/fail basis or undertaken at other institutions (exchange program, cross-institutional study, etc.) do not contribute towards the WAM. For students who transferred from the Sydney LLB to the JD, LLB units undertaken at Sydney Law School will contribute towards the WAM.