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Law student societies

Enhancing the student experience

The student societies at the Sydney Law School are administered and maintained by our students and offer information, services and support for learning.

Sydney University Law Society (SULS)

The Sydney University Law Society (SULS) was formed in 1902. SULS assumed an important role in representing the interests and needs of students to the University, the Law School, the Union and the Student Representative Council (SRC). All law students are immediately members of SULS.

As well as arranging social events, mooting competitions and orientation activities for law students, the SULS also offers support for student learning and wellbeing including: 

  • SULS Law School Basics workshops: Students and staff share their tips on studying, writing assignments and exam techniques. 
  • SULS Education Guide: Advice on how to prepare for class, make notes, and write assignments as well as perspectives on different units of study.
  • Law Tutor database: Find a private tutor or join a study group.

Chinese Law Students Society (CLSS)

Founded in 2004, the Chinese Law Students Society (CLSS) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of student life at the university and providing its members with opportunities on a global scale.

The society aims to:

  • assist the ambitions and aspirations of members in their pursuit of academic excellence.
  • provide members with exciting career opportunities both within Australian and overseas.
  • facilitate a range of enjoyable social events for members who share a common interest in law.

Korean Law Students Society (KLUS)

Korean Law Students at the University of Sydney (KLUS) aims to bring together Korean law students for networking in both social and academic networks.