The 2014 TULS team is thrilled to share our first exciting Careers opportunity!
The NSW Chief Justice, the Honourable T F Bathurst, is seeking a very lucky individual to start in January 2015 as a Judicial Clerk, before spending 2016 working as a Research Director. These positions involve an exciting combination of legal research, legal writing and other Court-related duties, and represent an exciting and rare opportunity for which we’d encourage all UTAS students graduating in 2014 to apply!
Click here to access the detailed position description, including details regarding role requirements, remuneration and contact details. Applications are encouraged ASAP, so make sure you get on it fast!
If you have any questions or concerns, or any other Careers-related questions or ideas, please don’t hesitate to contact our Careers Officer, Aaron Moss, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and keep your eyes peeled for some more exciting careers opportunities and events throughout 2014.
A parting note from your TULS IT and Promotions Officer 2013,
This past year on TULS has been one of the most rewarding experiences on a committee I could hope for. I applied for the position of IT and Promotions Officer on a friends suggestion, after a hard fought, brutal and tiring campaign I realized I was the only candidate for the position, stopped campaigning and was promptly thrust (phrasing) into the glorious world of TULS. To be brutally honest I had no idea what I was doing at the start, but like to think I got the hang of it (probably much like Clive Palmer in the house of Reps, without the ‘got the hang of it’ bit). And after I found myself in a drunken haze on the floor of the TULS office together with our Activities Officer the morning after serving at my first Superbarrel, I knew TULS was for me. So then I muttered something unintelligible, stumbled off for some seedy morning Maccas and got down to business, and with a testing website re-design completed and a trial and error photoshop self-lesson, I was ready for the year ahead.
I’m proud to say I’ve learned a lot from TULS over the past year, formed some strong friendships and have had the privilege to work with some of (what I’m sure will be) Tasmania’s future leaders .
This past year has been a testament to what the collective power of a strong, solid, committed group of people can achieve – and it’s been a pleasure to be involved with promoting the things that can make a difference to a law student’s time at Law school.
To the fifth years leaving – including most of our executive – you’ve been some of the most entertaining, colorful and knowledgeable people I’ve had the pleasure to meet. To the first years entering second year – I implore you to stick your hand up and get involved with TULS, even if you decide to do what I do and make a few posters.
I’m excited to finish off the year like it started, and to (hopefully) stick around in some capacity next year.
Lewis Ringwaldt (IT and Promotions Officer)