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CPA INFORMATION SESSION See yourself as a future CFO or senior business leader? This session will detail the CPA Program including its Practical Experience Requirement and how students can become CPA members. Join us for a conversation about the real journey through business with an industry leader at your campus. Refreshments will be provided. Date: Friday 27 March, 2015 Time: 11am - 12pm Venue: VU City Flinders campus, Level 9, Room 9.15 Please register here to attend! BLOOMBERG APTITUDE TEST The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) is a 2 hour, 100 multiple choice question exam designed to assess aptitude for business and finance and connects students with employers looking to fill internship and entry level positions. After taking the BAT, student scores are anonymously entered into the Bloomberg Talent Search database, which is searched daily by Bloomberg’s elite client base of over 25,000 financial recruiters worldwide. Don't miss this opportunity to demonstrate your strengths and show employers that you have what it takes to succeed in a competitive job market! This BAT session is subject to a maximum of 20 test takers, first-come-first-served! Date: Tuesday 21 April Time: 12pm - 3pm Venue: VU City Flinders campus, Level 10, Room 10.42 Please register here to attend! ANNUAL AFISS CORPORATE NETWORKING EVENING AFISS is proud to bring you the annual AFISS Professional Networking Evening; our biggest and most exclusive event for the year! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! Guest speakers: • Jon Aloni – General Manager of CPA Australia, Victoria Division • Matthew Foong – Managing Director of Medial Sleep Testing Industry professionals: • Senior Financial Planner - Victoria Wealth Management Pty Ltd • Accountant - McMillan Shakespeare Group • Managing Director - John Hopkins Group • Senior Manager - PwC • Business Analyst - Growth Solutions Group • Business Analytic Graduate - Telstra • Graduate - HLB Mann Judd • Human Resources Graduate - Australia Post • Advisory Services - NAB/MLC • Graduate at Law - Hunt & Hunt Lawyers • Business Banking Manager - Westpac … (and many more to be revealed later!) Date: Friday 17 April Time: 6pm - 8pm (Please arrive at 5:30pm for registration) Venue: VU City Flinders campus, Level 9, Room 9.15 *Dress code: Business casual *Free for AFISS members, non-members can pay $5 annual fee at the door. Please register here to attend! JOIN OUR EXECUTIVE TEAM AFISS welcomes students from all VU disciplines to join the executive team! The business sector has noted VU’s strong graduate capabilities, and we are passionate in sustaining that interest: our goal is to connect students to the industry and improve VU student life through social and career orientated events. We are sponsored by CPA and PwC, and liaise with the Big Four in professional services and in banking. As an executive, you will have the benefits of: • Working directly with industry professionals • Development of leadership, communication and teamwork skills • A resume building experience! The following AFISS teams require extra hands for 2015: *Please see our website for further information regarding each team • Sponsorships • Events • Recruitment • Marketing & Communication • IT Team If your interests lie across any of these areas and you’re currently looking for some practical experience alongside increasing industrial relations, AFISS is the perfect platform to achieve that end. Just address your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org; we’re looking forward to hearing from all you talented VU residents. For further enquiries, and such, please contact us through the very same email or even inbox us through our Facebook page. Yours truly, AFISS Accounting, Finance & Investment Student Society Facebook Website LinkedIn Email
Dear Students The Drive Your Career Program is pleased to announce that we have secured four (4) 12-week placements for students with the State Trustees. The successful student will be required to attend one day a week for those 12 weeks. The placements will commence in April, so that the placements can run April-June, July-September, October-December and January-March. Please send through a covering letter and CV to email@example.com Please address the covering letter to Agata Jarbin DO NOT APPROACH STATE TRUSTEES DIRECTLY The cut off for Applications will be COB Wednesday April 1 2015. Ms Jarbin will interview the successful candidates. Warm regards Joseph Carbone
OPPORTUNITY FOR VU LAW STUDENTS The Sir Zelman Cowen Centre is seeking expressions of interest from VU College of Law and Justice students to volunteer to participate in delivery of the LEAP into Law program. The LEAP into Law program targets school students from low SES communities across Victoria and aims to demystify the links between school, higher education and professional careers. Participants will have the opportunity to: Present at workshops at VU Law School Share their experiences with the law to inspire school students to consider higher education Travel to schools in metropolitan and regional Victoria with presenters and regional practitioners Interact with a number of young barristers, solicitors and regional practitioners presenting the LEAP program This is a fantastic opportunity to network with members of the profession, enhance career connections and share your experience at law school with high school students across Victoria. We are also looking for Law Ambassadors to contribute to the LEAP website ‘student stories’ and share their experiences at University via video and text blogs. About you Participants will be law students who are confident communicators, with the ability to present information clearly and interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds (in particular, students from low SES backgrounds). You will be required to hold a valid Working with Children Check. We can advise you on how to organise this if required. Availability You must be reasonably available to attend the program and make a minimum commitment of one or two activities per month. Ideally you will be available to attend the LSAP Workshop held at Victoria University City Queen campus on 9 & 10 April 2015. How to apply If you are interested in being involved in the LEAP into Law program, please email your CV to Megan.Tucker@vu.edu.au by this Friday, 27 March 2015. Please advise of your availability so that we can coordinate dates and visits with schools. Please let me know if you need any further information. Kind regards, Megan Tucker Legal Projects Officer Room 2.05, 295 Queen Street Sir Zelman Cowen Centre, College of Law and Justice Victoria University Phone: 61 3 9919 1271 Email: Megan.Tucker@vu.edu.au
Antipodeans Abroad would like to invite students to participate in valuable volunteer placements in India or South Africa during their holidays. Antipodeans’ UniBreak Program offers students 4-week volunteer placements where they can gain meaningful personal and professional experience abroad. South Africa – Learn responsible business & work with disadvantaged students Students can volunteer their time in the Mandela Park Township on the outskirts of Cape Town. Depending on students interests and experience they can be involved in teaching and care work projects with a locally run NGO for disadvantaged children or work with a socially responsible business focussing on women’s empowerment. This placement builds lasting relationships with the community and offers invaluable insight into South Africa’s culture and history. India – Teach children in tribal villages Students can help improve the lives of children by helping teach in local tribal villages surrounding Udaipur. Many schools struggle from a lack of staff and resources, with sometimes up to 40 children in each class. Student’s time will be spent assisting local teachers with English and maths lessons, while providing individual care for the children. Places are limited. Applications close 24 April 2015 for June/July holiday projects. Students can obtain further information via the following: • Register for Info Night • Sign up for further information • Apply online Download 2015 project fact sheet I have included information on why Antipodeans Abroad placements have a very strong reputation within Australian universities at the end of this email along with two testimonials from Lecturers who have had direct experience with the program. Students can also contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. With thanks for your assistance. Warm regards, Nikola Turnbull UniBreak Program Manager Why Antipodeans Abroad • Antipodeans Abroad has been offering tertiary and high school students international work and volunteer projects for over 23 years. • Our UniBreak program provides students real world skills and experience – all while genuinely benefiting local communities abroad. • We take care of all placement planning and prepare students with training workshops before they depart. • We are experts in safety and risk management and provide students with 24 hour back up while they are away. • Our experienced local In-Country Partners ensure that placements run smoothly and are beneficial and sustainable for the local community. ‘For any individual or organisation contemplating any sort of study tour or UniBreak – be it educational or volunteering, I cannot speak highly enough of Antipodeans and what they can offer. Antipodeans provide amazing, life-changing experiences for students and truly represent responsible and responsive educational tourism.’ Ms Hazel Rands, Dep. Program Director School of Nursing and Midwifery, Griffith University 'Antipodeans Abroad provide an incredible, unique learning opportunity for our university students. Overall, I could not have asked for a more professional, smooth or enjoyable experience for our students. The students have really benefited from it.' Dr Wayne Cotton, Director for Study Abroad, University of Sydney
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ‘BRING YOUR BILLS’ DAYS VOLUNTEERS Footscray Community Legal Centre ('FCLC') is looking for student volunteers to assist with the running of our next Bring Your Bills ('BYB') Day in Braybrook. Date: Thursday 26 March 2015 Time: 10:30am to 4:30pm (Volunteers need to arrive at 10:00am to assist with setting up etc. and would be expected to stay after the event until 5:00pm or so to assist with packing down) Venue: Braybrook Community Hub, 107 Churchill Avenue, Braybrook, VIC 3019 Volunteers would be required to attend a brief training session at FCLC (72 Buckley St, Footscray) on Tuesday 24 March 2015 at 2:30 to 4:30pm. FCLC hopes to run other BYB days; one during each April, May and June. Although the exact dates are yet to be set, ideally volunteers would express an interest in committing to volunteering at the other dates, pending no clashes with university or other commitments. BACKGROUND Footscray Community Legal Centre (‘FCLC’) provides legal and financial counselling services to people who live, work or study in the City of Maribyrnong. FCLC targets and works extensively with refugee and new settler communities in the West, and runs a range of community legal education (‘CLE’) programs. As a result of FCLC’s casework and feedback from CLE programs, it was identified that many people do not understand their basic consumer rights with regard to the provision of energy, water and telecommunications services. It was also apparent that many people are not aware of the complaint resolution structures available to them, such as the Energy and Water Ombudsman. Those that were aware of the structures expressed that they would be too afraid to contact their energy retailer or an ombudsman etc. for fear of repercussions. It was concluded that a service was needed that could meet and address the needs of such people in a tailored ‘one stop shop’ information day. The Bring Your Bills (‘BYB’) initiative was born. BYB days bring together various communities, government and dispute resolution agencies at a central location for one business day. We are expecting representatives from the Energy and Water Ombudsman Victoria (EWOV), City West Water, The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO), Environment Victoria, Centrelink, Department of Justice- Sheriff’s Office and others. ABOUT THE ROLE Volunteers will be the first point of contact for clients on the day. They will assist with ushering of clients, and undertake ‘intake interviews’ including client’s details and determining which agency/ies they need to see for advice. Clients may require the use of an on-site or telephone interpreter which the volunteer will organise. This will be a great opportunity for students to meet representatives from ombudsman schemes and government agencies, to be involved in their community and to gain experience dealing with people from a range of backgrounds. Successful involvement in the day will also be a great resume/CV item; FCLC will be happy to act as a reference for future job applications. Volunteers will be provided with tea, coffee, snacks and lunch. HOW TO APPLY Email your CV/resume to email@example.com along with a brief statement in the body of the email as to why you think you would be suited for this role and whether or not you would be able to volunteer at future BYB days pending the actual dates. Please also include your contact details and your availability for a brief telephone interview on Thursday 19 March 2015. QUESTIONS/QUERIES Please email any questions or queries about the role to firstname.lastname@example.org Due to the volume of calls that FCLC experiences on a day to day basis from potential clients, we ask that you do not call but instead email as above. APPLICATIONS CLOSE WEDNESDAY 18 MARCH 2015 at 11:59PM Su Robertson Lecturer I Clinical Programs Associate, Centre for Cultural Diversity and Wellbeing College of Law and Justice Victoria University Room RO309, City Queen Campus Phone 61 3 9919 1823
VICTORIA LAW SCHOOL CAREER MENTORING PROGRAM 2015 The Victoria Law School is seeking Expressions of Interest from legal professionals to be part of the Career Mentoring Program to be offered to penultimate and final year VU Law students. The Victoria Law School Career Mentoring Program is designed to give students access to legal professionals’ time and expertise as they prepare for their transition from University to their chosen field. As a mentor you will have the opportunity to contribute directly to the development of the legal profession and to hone your own professional development and mentoring skills, whilst being fully supported by a VU program co-ordinator. Following a briefing from one of our Program Team, you will meet 3-4 times over the coming semester (March - June) with your mentee. The program offers support in preparing and guiding students to ensure they make the most of the opportunity they have with you. Times, location and topics are negotiated with the mentee/student. To express your interest, please provide your details via https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TVWW28M or contact Jane Black (Careers Co-ordinator, Career Mentoring Program) on 9919 9565 or Jane.Black@vu.edu.au (Mon, Tues, Wed) to discuss your possible involvement.
Two lectures cancelled Wednesday 25th BLB3130 Dear Students Due to illness Dr Jim Rangelov will not be taking the lecture today for unit BLB313 Interviewing & Negotiation Skills - Wednesday 1pm – 3pm & 6pm – 8pm - Wed 25th February 2015. Mr Colin King will be taking the lectures and tutes starting next week
Dear Students BLB4146 Wills & Administration of Estates – No tutes will be held for this unit week 1 – 25th February, 2015 The lecture will still go ahead at 3pm – 5pm – Wednesday 25th February – ROGL02.
APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR Semester 1, 2015 COLLEGE OF LAW & JUSTICE – COUNTY COURT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Program Dates: 23 March -26 March INFORMATION SESSION: Thursday 26 February AT 1:00PM IN ROOM ROBL10. The Internship is an intensive four-day program that takes place onsite at the County Court under the supervision of His Honour Judge Misso. Students will attend daily lectures from Judge Misso and go on private tours around the County Court including a Judges Chambers, the Court Registry, the Judges library and a jury deliberation room. Students applying must meet the following criteria: • Have a distinction average; and • Have completed either Civil Procedure / Dispute Resolution (BLB 3127) OR Advocacy and Communication (BLB 2122) Students are required to complete a reflective report assessment to successfully complete this program. Students participating in the program in Semester 1 and enrolled in BLB3127 Dispute Resolution & Civil Procedure in the same Semester may apply to the Unit-Co-ordinator of BLB3127 to substitute this assessment for one of the assessments in that unit. PLEASE NOTE: If you participate in this program you will be required to complete a 1500 word reflective report based on your experience. To apply please complete the following two steps: 1. Complete the online application at http://goo.gl/forms/g2QQ0YGGWO 2. Email to Nussen Ainsworth (program coordinator) the following: Covering letter ( save as “1 [Your Initials] CL.pdf” ) Current CV; and ( save as“2 [Your Initials] CV.pdf”) Copy of academic transcript” ( save as “3 [Your Initials] T.pdf”) Both application steps must be completed by: Monday 5 March 2014 Nussen Ainsworth Lecturer Managing Academic Editor Victoria University Law and Justice Journal College of Law and Justice Victoria University Phone 03 9919 1894
SELF-REPRESENTED LITIGANTS COURT ORDER HELPER PROJECT GAIN REAL EXPERIENCE WHILE YOU STUDY Applications are now open for placement at the Sunshine and Werribee Magistrates' Courts in partnership with Footscray Community legal Centre for the above project. What you will be doing: You will be at court helping real people who don't have a lawyer with the outcome of their court case – their Court Order Working with and supervised by Su Robertson Eligibility: - VU Law student in second year onwards, or graduate entry student in any year - Completion of the Magistrates' Court Program (or equivalent work experience) - Able to commit every Monday (Sunshine Magistrates' Court) or Wednesday (Werribee Magistrates' Court) morning , 16 March 2015 – 26 June 2015 If you are interested, email email@example.com: - Covering letter explaining why you are interested in this project, - Your current CV, - Academic Record, - available days and Court location preference Applications close: 6pm, Monday Monday 9 March 2015 Su Robertson Lecturer I Clinical Programs Associate, Centre for Cultural Diversity and Wellbeing College of Law and Justice Victoria University Room RO309, City Queen Campus Phone 61 3 9919 1823
MAGISTRATES' COURT PROGRAM GAIN REAL EXPERIENCE WHILE YOU STUDY Applications are now open for placement at the Melbourne, Werribee and Sunshine Magistrates' Courts in partnership with Victoria Legal Aid over Summer. You will work with the Duty Lawyer Team, working to assist less advantaged people who come to court without a lawyer. Eligibility: - VU Law student in second semester onwards, or graduate entry student in any year - Completion of Australian Legal System in Context and Legal Research Methods (or equivalents) - Able to commit one morning every two weeks, 2 March – 3 July 2015 - Completed Working with Children Check If you are interested, you must: • Attend the Magistrates' Court Program Briefing: Tuesday 17 February 2015, 5.00pm, Room RO102, City Queen campus • Bring to the Briefing: - Your current CV, - Academic Record, - Copy of your Working with Children check (free of charge at the Post Office ¬ workplace is Victoria legal Aid), or receipt showing you have applied - weekly available days and Court location preferences Please note, students who cannot attend the Induction cannot be considered in this round. Enrol in BLB1103 Law in Practice and use this placement for this unit of study. More information at Induction. Su Robertson Lecturer I Clinical Programs Associate, Centre for Cultural Diversity and Wellbeing College of Law and Justice Victoria University Room RO309, City Queen Campus Phone 61 3 9919 1823
Careers workshops: Online job applications – this Thursday! The first of a series of careers workshops for College of Law and Justice students ‘How to be job ready and market competitive’ is on this Thursday. This week’s workshop is: • Online job applications – the important first step, have you taken it yet? Topics include: o How online applications work o What are employers looking for? o How to prepare an online application o Some practical examples o How to stand out from the pack Thursday 28 August, 12-1pm City Queen, RO102 Please register your attendance on CareerHub: careers.vu.edu.au
The Governors-General Lecture Series The Honourable Nicola Roxon, Chair of the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre, is pleased to invite you to the College of Law and Justice for the first of the Governors-General series of lectures. The Right Reverend The Honourable Dr Peter Hollingworth AC OBE will address 'Civil Society - Religion and The Rule of Law' and will take questions. This series focuses on contemporary public issues and will feature Major General The Honourable Michael Jeffery AC AO (Mil), The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO and His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd). Date: Tuesday 9 September 2014 Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm Location: SZCC, Victoria University Lecture Theatre G.02, 295 Queen Street Campus, Melbourne, 3000 Dress: Smart Business Attire RSVP: Tuesday 2 September 2014 (Limited Seating) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Light refreshments will be provided following the lecture. We look forward to the pleasure of your company. To register your attendance please email email@example.com. For enquiries please call 9919 1843.
SELF-REPRESENTED LITIGANTS COURT ORDER HELPER PROJECT GAIN REAL EXPERIENCE WHILE YOU STUDY Applications are now open for placement at the Sunshine and Werribee Magistrates' Courts in partnership with Footscray Community legal Centre for the above project. What you will be doing: You will be at court helping real people who don't have a lawyer with the outcome of their court case – their Court Order Working with and supervised by Su Robertson Eligibility: - VU Law student in second year onwards, or graduate entry student in any year - Completion of the Magistrates' Court Program (or equivalent work experience) - Able to commit every Monday (Sunshine Magistrates' Court) or Wednesday (Werribee Magistrates' Court) morning , 8 September 2014 - 28 November 2014 If you are interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org: - Your current CV, - Academic Record, - available days and Court location preference Applications close: 6pm, Monday 25 August 2014
Victoria Law School Traineeship Opportunity 2015 Expressions of Interest are invited for the following traineeship within a firm of commercial lawyers based in the CBD. The traineeship will be up to 3 days per week (minimum 2 days) providing para-legal and admin support to commence mid-January 2015. o Students must be their 3rd year of study o Have a commercial law focus – IP, Property Law, Bus...iness Law, Commercial Litigation Please forward a cover letter, CV and academic transcript to email@example.com; by 30 October 2014. Di Storey Solicitor (England and Wales) College Coordinator College of Law and Justice 295 Queen Street, Melbourne Vic 3000 Email firstname.lastname@example.org;
The College of Law and Justice is seeking keen law students to be part of a panel discussion on 25 September 2014, from 6.30 until 8pm at a Queen St promotional event open to the public and prospective students. If you are interested in being part of the panel, talking about your experiences of studying law at VU please contact Scott Murray at email@example.com
Victoria Law School Traineeship Opportunity 2015 Expressions of Interest are invited for the following traineeship within a firm of commercial lawyers based in the CBD. The traineeship will be up to 3 days per week (minimum 2 days) providing para-legal and admin support to commence mid-January 2015. o Students must be their 3rd year of study o Have a commercial law focus – IP, Property Law, Business Law, Commercial Litigation Please forward a cover letter, CV and academic transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org; by 30 October 2014. Di Storey Solicitor (England and Wales) College Coordinator College of Law and Justice 295 Queen Street, Melbourne Vic 3000 Email email@example.com;
Reminder Seasonal Clerkships and Traineeships under LIV guidelines close soon Penultimate (second-last year) and final-year students are reminded that applications for Seasonal Clerkships and Traineeships, under the LIV Guidelines, close soon. Seasonal Clerkships under the LIV Guidelines close this week so you have only got a few days to finish applications. Please see LIV Traineeship and Seasonal Clerkship Guidelines for more information or visit Seasonal Clerkship and Graduate jobs. Remember there are other positions on offer so do your own research to find out what’s out there by checking out the websites of individual law firms. These are highly competitive positions – put your best foot forward by doing your research on companies you are interested in and making sure your resume is relevant and professional. Kathy Ryan Careers Co-ordinator, Projects Career Development and Employment Victoria University
DICTUM LAW STUDENT SOCIETY – Careers Cocktail Night Dear Students, Dictum Society is proud to once again be hosting the Careers Cocktail Night! This night is Dictums premier networking event with professionals attending from a wide variety of different firms and practice areas. The night is a chance for students to mingle with professionals, ask questions about the practice areas they work in and their pathway into law and basically engage in some networking. The night is a relaxed way to gain some confidence and you never know what opportunities and contacts might arise. Unfortunately due to the intimate nature of the event numbers are strictly limited as we want to make sure that students have ample time to speak to professionals and really develop some rapport. We are ask students to express their interest via email to firstname.lastname@example.org please include your year level in the email as we anticipate that we may have to give preference to latter years, however we will also be giving preference to those who respond promptly so get in fast! New professionals are confirming everyday and as it stands we have a diverse range of lawyers ranging from big commercial firms like Clayton Utz and Maddocks, family law firms, criminal practitioners, government lawyers and many more. It really is shaping up to be a wonderful night! When: 12 August 2014 6pm-9pm Where: The Long Room (162-168 Collins St Melbourne) Ticket Price:$20 for Dictum Member $25 for non-members. Inclusive: Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages and food are included with ticket price. We look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Brendan Moore Careers Director Dictum Society email@example.com
A message on plagiarism from the Dean, Professor Andrew Clarke: Students are reminded that plagiarism in all its forms will not be accepted in the University or College of Law and Justice. Plagiarism is a form of student academic misconduct which can have serious consequences for all students, but particularly law students, who are required to disclose any matters relating to student misconduct prior to admission as a lawyer. Do not be tempted to plagiarise or engage in any form of student misconduct. If you are struggling with your studies a number of support mechanisms are available to you. Q: What is plagiarism? A: Plagiarism includes (but is not limited to) insufficient referencing and insufficient acknowledgement of the work of another; ‘cut and pastes’ from the internet or other sources; collaboration (where the task is an individual one); collusion; copying the work of others including past and present students and submitting work produced by another (including the use of Australian or international website services offering to prepare university assignments). Q: How is plagiarism detected? A: Staff detect plagiarism in a number of ways, including using turnitin software, being alert to inconsistencies in writing style in a students work, cross marking assessment tasks across different tute groups, alerts from staff members in other units and having a strong familiarity with the relevant materials connected to each assessment task they set. Q: What will happen if a staff member suspect’s plagiarism may have occurred? A: As a first step, the matter will be referred to me as the Dean of the College of Law & Justice for review in accordance with the Student Misconduct Regulations. A final point: Students are reminded that with each assignment they submit, they are required to sign a cover sheet which declares that they have not plagiarised the work of others nor participated in collusion and have properly acknowledged the work of others by way of proper referencing. Like all signed declarations, this should be read very carefully and taken seriously.
VICTORIA LAW SCHOOL CAREER MENTORING PROGRAM Expression of Interest Penultimate (second last year) and final year students studying Bachelor of Laws or combined Law degrees are invited to be part of the Victoria Law School Career Mentoring Program. Taking part in this program will allow you to be connected to an experienced legal professional and will offer you the opportunity to expand your understanding of careers and the profession. You will be supported through the mentoring process by the Program team and will meet with your mentor 3-4 times over the current semester. You will need to attend a compulsory on-campus induction session where we will provide you with tips and advice on making the most of your mentoring relationship. Times, location and topics for mentor meetings are negotiated between you and your mentor. With Semester Two underway we need to get moving! Numbers will be limited as this is a new program and is dependent on the number of mentors available. As the program has a Careers focus, final year students will have preference. Please complete the Expression of Interest form and submit by 5pm Monday 4th August 2014. Questions about the program can be directed to Jane Black at Jane.Black@vu.edu.au (Mon, Tues, Wed), Careers Co-ordinator, Career Mentoring Program
The Victoria University Law and Justice Journal are excited to give students the opportunity to participate in: An interview with Chief Judge of the Victorian County Court, Michael Rozenes Attend and listen as the Victoria University Law and Justice Journal editorial team interview the Chief Judge of the County Court. This is your opportunity to learn key insights into the law, the justice system and what its like to be a Chief Judge. RSVP is essential and we are limited to 50 places only. To secure your place please RSVP by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org subject heading ‘Chief Judge Interview’ Event Details: City Queen Campus Date: Tuesday 19 August 2014 VULJ Information Session: 1.45pm Interview 2.00pm - 3.30pm Room: RO102
EY Recruiting Day Training Ernst & Young invites 25 first and penultimate year VU students to participate in a group session at the EY Melbourne office! EY encourages all study areas and disciplines to apply, not only business students (Arts, Law etc.) DATE: 30 JULY 2014 TIME: 11.00AM - 1.00PM PLACE: 8 EXHIBITION STREET, MELBOURNE Submit your resume to AFISSinfo@gmail.com along with a statement of interest approx~ 100 words explaining why you would like to attend the session. Note: Free for successful AFISS members and $5 for successful non-members. Due to limited places, only successful candidates will be contacted. This message brought to you by AFISS - Accounting Finance and Investment Student Society at Victoria University
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