AUT Law Students' Society

AUT Law Student Society Executive 2014

AUT Law Students' Society

The AUT Law Students' Society was established in 2009 to meet the needs of AUT Law students. Functioning as an interface between students and both Faculty and the legal profession, the student body is also a means to assist students to meet the day to day demands of studying law. Addressing issues as they arise, acquiring or selling books, finding study partners and groups, car pooling and importantly…socialising!

The AUT Law Students' Society includes free membership to the Auckland District Law Society (ADLS) and the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ), providing newsletters, professional skills development courses, industry interaction including after hours social opportunities and discounts at the ADLS bookshop.

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Last updated: 05-Sep-2016 11.12am

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