The second hand bookstore is a service run by the UNLSA for the benefit of law students. Students. This service is now fully online via our Facebook page (link is at the  bottom). Either post the books you are selling or the books you are looking to buy in the comments section and contact people regarding the book sales and organise a time and location to meet up.

If you are unsure what textbooks you need, we recommended having a look at the coop bookstore website http://www.coop.com.au/textbook/search/ and seeing what your lecturer recommends by having a look through your course outline, which is accessible through Blackboard.

The link to the page is: https://www.facebook.com/events/2084140465149054/

The social justice forum is an informative event where keynote speakers are invited to address students, staff, and interested members of the community about a current social justice issue. Each year the forum addresses local, national, or international issues. Previous topics have included global environmental issues, refugees and the law; aboriginal issues in the law, women in law as well as the topic of health an wellbeing of legal students and professionals.

The next forum is running in Semester 2, on the 8th of August, 2018.

The Women in Law Breakfast is held in October and promises to be a sell out event every year. Students, staff and local practitioners come together for a sit down breakfast, and each year features a female keynote speaker who is in the legal field. 2015 was our biggest breakfast to date, and we were pleased to welcome Magistrate Dominique Burns as our keynote speaker. 2018 promises to be an even bigger and more successful event than before!

The next Women in Law Breakfast is running on Friday, October 6.