2 years ago

When:
21 October, 2015

Location:
Law Link Lecture Theatre

Organised by:
ANU Law Students' Society


Not sure what to do after you graduate? Unsure of how to get your foot into the legal industry before you graduate? Want some advice? This LSS event can help answer those questions for you!

The ANU LSS proudly presents the Guest Speaker Series by Careers 2015. This year we are privileged enough to have Elizabeth Lee speak for us at the Law Link Lecture Theatre on the 21st of October from 6pm – 7pm.

Elizabeth (Seul-gi) Lee is a current ANU lecturer with expertise in the Master of Legal Practice and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. After completing a Bachelor of Laws/Asian Studies (Japanese), her illustrious career began in June 2004. She has spent her hours working for numerous organisations such as; the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department, Commercial Disputes Litigation Team with the Australian Government Solicitor, Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers and the University of Canberra. She has recently been elected as the Vice-President of ACT Law Society, highlighting her knowledge in the area of legal politics. You may also recognize her as one of your BodyPump or Sh’Bam teachers at the ANU gym!

This event will be run similar to a lecture/seminar. Elizabeth will be emphasising on the steps she took early on in her academic/professional career, providing advice to current students about what they should do to secure a position in the legal industry. Additionally, she will be discussing how the GDLP program conducts, giving students the opportunity to make a more informed decision on whether this is a valid pathway for them. The seminar will then move to a Q&A style, allowing students to ask any questions they may have for Elizabeth.

Light refreshments will be provided after the event in the outside foyer area of the Law Link Lecture Theatre.

Whether your interest may lie in the legal industry, academics or legal politics, this event can help kick start your legal career!

Cheers,
The LSS Careers Team