At ANU Open Day, you'll see, hear and discover why the ANU College of Law is ranked among the top 15 law schools in the world.
We have a program of events on this Saturday (27 August) that will give you many opportunities to speak with staff and students to get an insight into what it is like studying at Australia’s national law school.
At 10.30am in the Law Theatre, Associate Professor Jo Ford will talk about what life as an undergraduate student at ANU Law is like, including the study program, entry requirements, exchange and internship opportunities, and where you might end up working.
Deputy Dean of the ANU College of Law, Professor Donald Rothwell, is hosting a free morning tea in the Law College foyer at 11 am, where you can meet current students and staff.
At 11.45am, Professor Rothwell will talk about postgraduate study at ANU Law, including discussing programs for students without an undergraduate degree in law, and options for students who need to balance study with employment or personal commitments.
Student Ambassadors from ANU Law will also be running guided tours throughout the day, including tours designed to align with the free morning tea and undergraduate and postgraduate presentations at the ANU Law School.
At 1.30pm in the Manning Clarke Theatre, our Sub-Dean for the LLB and JD Programs, Associate Professor Amelia Simpson will give an insight to what makes the ANU Law unique, and how our students and graduates are using their knowledge to make a difference to the lives of individuals, communities and the world in which we live.
Associate Professor Simpson will be joined by ANU alumnus, Stephen Priest, who will talk about the opportunities and experiences he enjoyed as an ANU Law student.
We will also have staff and students on hand to help you all day at our ANU Law stand in the Main Hall from 9am to 4pm.