The Australian Law Students’ Association (ASLA) is a not-for-profit association comprising of all Law Student Societies and Associations (LSS or LSA) from around Australia.
ALSA is the national representative body for some 40,000 law students. ALSA is committed to the educational development of law students by providing valuable resources on matters relating to their law degrees. Such as information on the legal profession, legal education, undergraduate and postgraduate course information, international exchanges and current affairs.
The core-functions of ALSA are:
- To advocate the interests and concerns of Australian law students;
- To gather and disseminate information of interest and concern to Australian law students;
- To facilitate communication and the exchange of information between law student societies, within Australia and abroad; and
To initiate activities of a social, intellectual, and competitive nature among law students at a national level. ALSA is run by law students, elected annually, for the benefit of all law students.
Elections for the 2019 Committee will be held during Council on Saturday, 7 July of Conference. Find out more and nominate here.