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In amongst the textbooks, learning guides, cases and clutters of course notes, the UQLS offers a variety of publications aimed at helping you progress your way through a law degree at UQ. Each publication is an invaluable resource for a specific area of your law studies, be it careers, courses or creativity.
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The First Year Guide
The First Year Guide provides incoming students with all the tips and tricks to starting their law degree at UQ.
The Education Guide is the go-to resource for any law student curious about the courses available at UQ. It is based on content collated from lecturers and fellow students, covering every course available in 2019. The guide includes course summaries, assessment ps, recommended study techniques and general feedback. Look to the guide for advice on which courses to study, and what to expect from them. Check it out early in the semester if you want an idea of what to expect from your first-year courses such as Contracts, Foundations of Law and Principles of Public Law.
Raise the Bar
Raise the Bar is the competitions handbook and provides an overview of the internal, external and intervarsity law competitions you can participate in to add to and improve your legal education. It contains comprehensive guides for each competition, as well as relevant dates, dress codes, testimonials and example problems.
Directions is the UQLS’s career guide. It provides an overview of the career options available to UQ law students, including firm profiles and career advice. It’s never too early to start preparing for your legal future. Legal Directions is sure to provide you with some insightful and useful information for your career search.
When it is me to prepare your clerkship applications, the Clerkship Guide provides you with essential clerkship information, including firm profiles, important deadlines and helpful tips and guides for your application.
After exams are long gone and another semester seems to be floating by without much to show for it, it can be nice to reminisce about all the good memories we had in the last year. Res Ipsa is the UQLS yearbook, providing a lasting memento of the many hours spent at UQ for graduating students. It also functions as a way for members of the Society’s Executive to recap the events of the past year and talk about any challenges or opportunities it may be facing in the future.