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The Later Law Students Network (LLSN) represents the interests of non-traditional Juris Doctor and Melbourne Law Masters students. In particular, our student advocacy is undertaken on behalf of mature age students, working professionals, self-sufficient students, and parents or carers. We welcome all later law students at other universities in Melbourne to attend our events!
Advocacy & Wellbeing
The LLSN acknowledges and celebrates diversity among students at MLS. Our aim is to be a voice for students toward an equitable and inclusive university environment.
The LLSN's advocacy and wellbeing work include representing later law students on panels and committees, conducting research into the issues that affect our members, writing submissions and position statements on university policies affecting later law students, and working collaboratively with MLS faculty and other student groups.
Careers & Networking
We host a number of events throughout the year that intend to utilize and build on the life experience of our members. These events include networking evenings and career-focused events.
We run several social gatherings each year with a view to fostering collaborative and supportive relationships between the students of MLS.