Sydney University Law Society (SULS)
The Sydney University Law Society (SULS) was formed in 1902. All law students are immediately members. SULS assumed an important role in representing the interests and needs of students to the University, the Law School, the Union and the SRC.
Its aims include the creation of an enjoyable social climate and feeling of camaraderie among the students. Furthermore, through its continued sponsorship it maintains a strong relationship with the legal profession, particularly in Sydney.
Activities include Orientation activities for new students coupled with an information handbook, the organisation of social events such as the Law Ball, the Law Dinner, free lunches, cocktail parties and semester parties.
SULS is ultimately responsible for the production of the Law Revue although applicants appointed by the SULS executive to those positions control its organisation and direction. The Revue is the most public arm of the Law Society and continues to be an enormous success for all those involved.
SULS is also responsible for organising guest speakers to attend lunchtime seminars on interesting and controversial topics.
The Society runs the mooting programs for both senior and junior mooters. In addition to the internal competition, the H V Evatt Moot is held annually between the University of New South Wales and the University of Sydney.
For further information visit the SULS website.