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High school students spend the day experiencing Bond Law

The Faculty of Law once again hosted the annual Law Experience event, on Saturday, August 20, attracting over 100 high school students from around Australia.

The 9am - 3pm program showcased a range of presentations about studying law, student life, social clubs on campus and the diverse career options available to law graduates.

Throughout the day Law students also demonstrated how they put their legal skills into practice through staging an ‘arrest’, a ‘client interview’ and a ‘mock trial' of the Jolly Swagman.

Morning tea refreshments, lunchtime BBQ and campus tours were other fun ways for guests to interact with current law students and academics in an informal environment.

The day concluded with a panel discussion featuring Bond Alumni Maria Van der Walt and Lauren Ferguson, and Senior Teaching Fellow Kylie Fletcher-Johnson, which allowed students to ask questions about what they can expect after graduation.


Photos from the event are available on our Law Facebook page.


Law Experience participants enjoyed socialising over morning tea.


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