Mentoring

Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) - Mentoring Program

When are sessions held?

Sessions will begin in week 3

In-person sessions

Tuesday 3-4pm Phillipa Weeks Library, Building 5 - Level 4
Thursday 10-11am Law Library Seimnar Room
Friday 2-3pm Law Library Seminar Room

Online sessions

Wednesday: 11-12pm 
Attend via Zoom
Meeting ID: 890 3462 2587
Password: 637035

Thursday: 5-6pm
Attend via Zoom
Meeting ID: 810 8272 2454
Password: 510367

Available for first year law students

Peer-Assisted Learning is a program for first year law students run by later year law student mentors. PAL sessions are not about revising the content that you're learning in Torts, FAL, Contracts or LJE. Instead, they give you the chance to develop self-directed learning strategies and to learn and practise the core skills that you will need to succeed not only this semester, but for the rest of your law degree. PAL is also a safe and non-judgmental space where you can come and ask questions that you may not want to ask in class.

Telephone: +61 2 6125 5588

 

Set4ANU - Mentoring Program

Available to all first year ANU students

New at ANU and not sure where to start? Sign up to have a Set4ANU Mentor!

Our mentors are friendly later year ANU students who can give you tips and tricks for making the most of your time at ANU. We also run events and activities where you can meet other new students and find out more about how to be a successful ANU student.

All first year students are welcome to attend our events and activities. Like our facebook page to keep up to date with our events. 

For more information on Set4ANU mentoring program, please visit our website

 

LSS - Mentoring Program

If you would like to be a mentor or a mentee in semester 2, 2022, please email lssinternational@anu.edu.au.

Available to all first-year international students studying at ANU College of Law

The International Student Mentoring Program is a program designed to assist international students for better transition into law school. Mentors are students who have successfully adjusted to law school and can give mentees advice on studying law at the ANU. We understand that moving to a new country is a challenging experience for most international students and it may take them some time to adjust to Australia’s cultural, social and academic differences.

For more information on the LSS mentoring program, please visit our website

 

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team