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UniSA Law Students' Association works for the benefit of the student body by providing social events, networking opportunities, careers fairs, seminars and legal advocacy competitions to assist students’ practical experience and skill development.
Since 2008, USALSA has seen a history of students whose academic qualifications have provided them with quality professional experiences that advantage them against other law graduates across the State.
UniSA Law Students' Association is a student-focussed not-for-profit organisation that relies on its generous sponsorship partners.
First Years' Guide 2021
Stop here for your digital copy of our brand new First Years' Guide for 2020.
This booklet can help you with planning your studies, balancing your study, work and social lives, as well as letting you in on all the handy tips and tricks to success at Law school.
Make sure to have a thorough read through. The UniSA Law Students' Association committee has dedicated some time to ensuring this document is as convenient and useful as possible.
Competitions Guide 2021
USALSA Inc. has released its Competitions Guide for 2021. This document will assist you with your preparation for all face-to-face and online competitions.
We hope this guide is of value to you and encourages you to get involved in competitions.
Participation in competitions are of immense benefit to your future legal career. They are highly regarded among firms, and other employers of law students, as one of the best activities that students can undertake while at University.
By competing in competitions, you will have developed a vast array of new skills, specifically communication, confidence, research and advocacy to name a few.
UniSA requires that when writing assignments, you accurately acknowledge the source of any non-original material.
That is, any source you use that is not YOUR original thought or expression.
Legal citation is different from standard forms of referencing (such as Harvard Referencing). Your references need to comply with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th Ed.).
This is a style guide that directs you on how to set out a whole range of matters to do with writing, including how to footnote, heading styles, quotation styles, and how to cite an Act or a case