Law International Outreach Mentoring Program

Who can join this Peer Mentoring Program?

The Law International Outreach Mentoring Program is for incoming International students commencing their first year of studying law at UNSW.

Program description

The Law International Outreach Mentoring Program is a peer mentoring program designed to assist new International students in adjusting to university life in Australia and transitioning into law school. 

The aim of the program is to provide a support network for new International students commencing their law degree and encourage student involvement with university life. This will be made possible through the UNSW Law Society‚Äôs provision of regular weekly group meetings, social events and skills workshops. 

is a peer mentoring program designed to assist students in adjusting to university life and the unique experiences of law school. The program is a joint initiative of the UNSW Law Faculty and Law Society, and aims to support new law students by organising regular weekly group meetings, social events and skills workshops.

When does this program run?

Term 1 only

Program duration?

This Program starts in O-Week and ends in Week 6

When are registrations open?

Registrations will open soon.

I'm a new student, how do a register to participate in the program?

More information will be provided here when available.

I'm a senior student, how can I become a mentor?

Application will be open soon. More information will be provided here when available.

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