University of Waikato

University of Waikato

University of Waikato Law School

Law Dean: Wayne Rumbles

Waikato University Law Students’ Association

The Waikato University Law Students Association (WULSA is committed to providing social and professional development which includes meaningful advocacy, support and representation to all law students at Waikato University.

WULSA organises heaps of social and academic events throughout the year, including barbeques, sporting challenges, and the law ball. During your studies at Waikato the WULSA executive are able to provide you with advocacy, support, and representation services. For further details, see the LAWSOC website and Facebook page:


Facebook page:

For further information, please contact: Kate Lunn (President)


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