Student Legal Education Group

Student Legal Education Group

The Student Legal Education Group (SLEG) was founded at UNSW over 30 years ago with a passion to improve access to justice by providing minority disadvantaged groups with basic legal knowledge and understanding their rights.

SLEG is a non-profit, non-government organisation that exists to engage, educate and empower members of the community through law-related education. SLEG was rebranded in 2014 from Schools Legal Education Group to reflect the extension of the program to cater for local & regional community groups, in addition to NSW high schools.

Responsibilities

Student presenters will attend high schools throughout Sydney for 2-3 hours and teach a module. The current modules offered for 2017 include: Human Rights, Police Powers, Consumer Rights, Public Law, Employment Law and Mooting.

How to get involved

Applications are currently closed.

Positions

  • Coordinator
  • Presenter

Training

Relevant training will be provided.

Duration

Terms 1, 2 and 3. 20 hours total commitment.

 


Accreditation

Availability of activity

All year round

Type of activity

Community volunteering

Provider of activity

UNSW Law

Interest area

Tutoring & mentoring, Youth work

Skills required and/or developed

Cross-cultural & global citizenship, Interpersonal & communication


Contacts and more information

Provider

UNSW Law

Contact

Tracey Chow- 0435304223 

Email

sleg@unsw.edu.au

Visit

Web: http://www.law.unsw.edu.au/current-students/student-experience/sleg

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNSWSLEG 

 

For more information about co-curricular activities see UNSW Advantage.