University of Auckland
Auckland University Law Students' Society
The Auckland University Law Students’ Society exists to enrich your law school experience. Together, we aim to make your time here as rewarding and enjoyable as possible by connecting you to your peers and promoting your wellbeing. In 2017, AULSS will continue to host epic social and sporting events, competitions and educational workshops. We will prioritise maintaining strong relationships with other law societies and groups, and facilitate clear communication from the faculty on issues that relate to law students.
AULSS events include: Law Camp, the Kensington Swan Mentoring Programme, Russell McVeagh law tutorials, the Chapman Tripp Law Lions (Interfaculty Sporting Tournament), Log o Wood Sports Exchange and the infamous Russell McVeagh and College of Law Law Ball. For further details, see the AULSS website and Facebook page:
For further information, please contact:
Jason An (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ella Stolwerk (Administrative Vice President) email@example.com
What are the Law Student Societies?
The Law Student Societies are student-run, representative organisations that are associated with each of the six Law schools in Aotearoa New Zealand. They are the touch base and first point of call for all law students at each university. For more information on each of the Law Student Societies, check out the following links:
University of Auckland | Auckland University of Technology | University of Waikato | Victoria University of Wellington | University of Canterbury | University of Otago