National Law Week is an annual event, held in May, to promote public understanding of the law and its role in society. This year, Law week runs from May 16th - May 20th.


is an annual event, held in May, to promote public understanding of the law and its role in society. This year, Law week runs from May 16th – May 20th.

The focus of this event is to provide attendees a closer look at how the law and justice system works in each Australian state. Activities that people can participate in during Law week include: courthouse tours, mock trials, student competitions and many other exciting and informative programs. …

Melbourne ranked best city in Australia for international students for student mix, which looks at city’s student population, levels of social inclusion.


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The ratings measure cities on their quality of universities, affordability, lifestyle, employment prospects and student community.

Additional factors such as pollution, safety, transparency and tolerance are also taken into consideration.

Seven Australian cities made it into the top 75 best student cities this year with Sydney coming fourth, Canberra (17), Brisbane (18), Adelaide (26), Perth (35) and Gold Coast (69).

Melbourne city received a perfect score (100/100) for student mix, …



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Sydney, Australia is the most popular city in the world for international university students.

Sydney beat more than 80 cities including New York, Paris and London to the top spot, according to the 2014 Global Cities Index.

Global consultancy group A.T. Kearney, which compiled the index, ranked Sydney on top after studying international student populations.

The University of Sydney has more than 10,000 international students from 140 countries enrolled across all its faculties. …



Australian Catholic University (ACU) welcomed the inaugural class of law students to the Melbourne campus this year and will launch the law program at the North Sydney campus in 2014.  International students will be able to apply to study in both Melbourne and Sydney for courses commencing in February 2014. 

Executive Dean Professor Brian Fitzgerald believes that by offering the Bachelor of Laws and dual law programs in both Melbourne and North Sydney campuses, …