On Oct. 23, the University of Queensland Law Society (UQLS) was recognized for its outstanding service and dedication to the law student body at the UQ Union Awards Ceremony. The UQLS received the highest honour, “Club of the Year” for diversity and value on its range of activities.
In addition, UQLS won the Best Merchandise Award for their L Card Sunglasses; third place in the Video of the Year category for the Law Revue’s Cast Credits. UQLS President Chad Hardy won second place in the President of the Year category and the society was also among the finalists in the Event of the Year—Industry Focus; Ball of the Year; Social Convenor of the Year; Treasurer of the Year and Secretary of the Year categories.
There are more than 2,000 students enrolled in the UQ Law School’s undergraduate and postgraduate programs which include the LLB and postgraduate programs for both law graduates and non-law graduates. The Law School attracts students from all over the world, including Canada, France, Germany, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, the People’s Republic of China, Singapore, Sweden, the United States of America and, of course, Australia.
Law students are well served by two representative bodies: The University of Queensland Law Society (UQLS) and the Justice and the Law Society (JATL). These societies perform educational, social and representative functions; moreover, they promote linkages with professional associations and groups and are responsible for a variety of publications.
Entry Requirements for UQ Law School
- Completed or be completing an undergraduate degree
- Achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average (cGPA) of 75%
OzTREKK recommends that you apply for the UQ Law School’s LLB program if you have achieved a minimum cGPA of 75%, as above. Please note that this is a minimum average to be eligible to apply and that your application outcome will be determined by the University of Queensland. Please also note that each applicant’s average is calculated over all years of university study.
The University of Queensland Law School does not require the LSAT for entry.
Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston for more information about the UQ Law School and other law schools in Australia. Email Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.