CAREERS

Graduating with a University of Wollongong Law degree provides students with potentially unlimited career opportunities, be it a legal career or a non-legal career. The UOW LSS Careers Portfolio aims to inform students of the various career opportunities available to law graduates and provides assistance with applications for internships, clerkships and graduate programs.

Throughout the year the Careers portfolio will provide a number of career initiatives and events to assist students in finding, applying for, and following career aspirations.

Among these events is the 2019 UOW LSS Careers Fair which will highlight a myriad of career opportunities available to UOW law students and graduates. In addition to the Careers Fair the UOW LSS Clerkship Support Scheme will prepare current students with resume building and skills workshops which transcend past Clerkship time and can assist with a variety of graduate positions.

The Careers portfolio will also work with the Publications portfolio to produce the annual Clerkship Guide, the Careers Guide and various other career related publications throughout the year.

For more information about programs under the Careers portfolio, contact Bethany McGhie at careers@uowlss.net.

The Team

Madelein Joseph

Madelein Joseph
careers@uowlss.net
My name is Madeleine Joseph and I am your Vice President (Careers) for 2020! I am currently in my fourth year of Bachelor of Law/International studies! As VP Careers, my role is to assist law students by giving them the opportunity to explore career paths within their degree. Along with the Careers Officers, our portfolio will achieve this by planning events such as the Clerkship Q&A, Careers Fair, workshops and a Day at a Firm! This year we are aiming to improve the opportunities and skills for UOW students who are wishing to apply to for summer clerkships or graduate opportunities. Through our facebook page, we will be connecting students from all years to potential career opportunities and further enhance their experience as law students!

 

Dayle Kurovsky

Dayle Kurovsky
publiccareers@uowlss.net
My name is Dayle Kurovsky and I am your UOWLSS Public Careers Officer for 2020! I am in my final year of my Bachelor of Laws degree. My role as Public Careers Officer is to assist with the organisation and implementation of the career-based initiatives of the UOWLSS alongside the VP (Careers) and Private Careers Officer. The role is particularly focused on careers in the public sector such as careers with not-for-profit organisations and government-funded bodies.

 

Colleen Issa

Colleen Issa
privatecareersofficer@uowlss.net
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