UNSW Law Revue

UNSW Law Revue

An annual comedy sketch show first held in 1976, UNSW Law Revue is not just a stage production — it is an experience. Whilst Law Revue is renowned for its jaw-droppingly extravagant and side-splitting humour, what makes it one of UNSW’s most culturally important events is the year-long satisfaction it provides to its members. From long-lasting connections to invaluable self-development, Law Revue combines the best aspects of university life into one unforgettable and magical experience. 

Open to all ages, degrees and experience levels, Law Revue prides itself on the diversity and growth of its members. Whether it’s performing in front of thousands, building a set from nothing, cooking for hundreds, or the feeling of being involved with one of UNSW’s biggest events, there is something for everyone.  

Positions available: Volunteer, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Arc Delegate, Grievance Officer, Committee Executive 

Position descriptions:  

  • VolunteerParticipate in organising, preparing and/or performing for a large-scale show production  

  • President- Leads and coordinates the club’s organisation and ensures the effective running of the club 

  • Vice-PresidentOversees the general functioning and operation of various portfolios 

  • Secretary- Ensuring the timely organisation and completion of taskstaking minutes, responding to all correspondence on behalf of the club, managing the governance of the team, and other ad hoc administrative tasks 

  • Treasurer- Managing and overseeing all financial decisions, keeping track of fund usage and adherence to budgets set 

  • Arc DelegateLiaising with Arc in the planning and organisation of events and activities including organising room bookings, funding and equipment 

  • Grievance Officer- Handling formal grievances and conflicts, and upholding the Club’s Grievance Resolution Policy and Procedure 

  • Committee Executive- Organising and coordinating preparations and logistics of running a large-scale production, and overseeing the operation of their respective portfolio 

 


Accreditation

Availability of activity

All year round

Type of activity

Clubs & societies, Development programs

Provider of activity

UNSW Law

Interest area

Arts & design, Fundraising & events, Marketing, media & communications, Music & entertainment, Writing & editing

Skills required and/or developed

Event & project management, Graphic design, Marketing & PR, Organisational & time management, Problem solving & practical skills, Team work & networking, Writing & editing


Contacts and more information

Recruits annually, usually in T1 for Portfolio Heads and late T2 for Portfolio Members. Check our website or Facebook page for more details! 

Website: http://www.lawrevue.org/  

Contact information for student enquiries:  

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