Submissions are contributions made by civil society to law reform inquiries. They are a vital aspect of the legal system, allowing the public to participate in the lawmaking process and to scrutinise existing laws. Law students can use their research and writing skills to craft effective submissions that clearly and convincingly get their point across.
This workshop will explore how to write effective law reform submissions that make an impact and influence the law reform process.
This workshop will be presented by Nathan MacDonald and John Farrell of the Law Council of Australia.