Law Students’ Association
The Law Students’ Association (LSA) play a significant role in supporting all Bond Law students through the course of their studies. Whether it be welcoming them to Bond in their initial weeks to farewelling them as Graduands.
The LSA have a complete understanding about the importance for a law student to develop career awareness early in their studies and the dedicated team works on exploring various options available to students.
With a strong emphasis in career searching and support, LSA has secured exclusive clerkships and graduate placements for students.
The LSA adds to the Bond Law experience with competitions that enhance the practical side of the Bond Law degree. Publications such as the Careers Guide also assist students in finding employment and effective mentoring programs.
Canadian Law Students' Association
The main function of the CLSA is to make life easier for Canadian students at Bond and to facilitate the process of returning home. We provide information sessions on the National Committee of Accreditation process as well as information for Canadians wishing to stay in Australia. However it’s not all business! We also show Australians how to really celebrate Halloween and students will enjoy being part of these celebrations.
Other initiatives include the mail out to Canadian law firms along with seminars that would include going home, staying in Australia and the NCA process. CLSA also host welcome back BBQs, a Canadian Mooting Competition, organised social functions every semester and much more.
A friendly executive will introduce the rest of the student body, the administration and staff. Although students may be far from home, the CLSA is here to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Asian Law Students' Society
Bond Law has an Asian Law Student Society which assists Asian students integrate into Australian University life, study and society through holding regular seminars, functions and additional tutorials to assist our students.
Each overseas student is also offered assistance by Australian and Chinese students who act as mentors and advisors in their first semesters. For further information please contact Chinese students currently studying in the Bond University Faculty of Law to discuss their experiences and learn more about study in Australia.