UTS: Law Alumni
Stay connected with UTS: Law and link in to a network of 12,000 peers in law, business, media, government and other professional circles. We offer a range of special alumni events, services and publications to allow graduates to stay connected to the University and benefit from networking with one another.
- Connect with the UTS alumni network
- Link in on Linkedin
- Develop your professional skills
- Host a UTS: Law intern or community volunteer
- Career opportunities
- Support UTS: Law
UTS: Alumni is an opportunity to stay connected with UTS and with your fellow alumni. Keep abreast of campus developments and upcoming events through the Alumni Relations’ monthly eConnect and quarterly Tower magazine. The Law Faculty also sends a quarterly enewsletter and invites alumni to talks by distinguished speakers, networking and social events.
UTS alumni achieve great things. In recognition, UTS Luminaries was launched in November 2011 to honour alumni with outstanding achievements. From Hugh Jackman to the Hon Tanya Plibersek MP, these alumni have attained national or international prominence for their exceptional professional and personal skills as well as their dedication, creativity and leadership in their particular field.
Join the UTS: Law Alumni Network on Linkedin.
Join the UTS Alumni Network and connect with other fellow graduates.
The practical experience work placement is an essential requirement of the UTS: Law practical legal training (PLT) program. Students must complete 16 weeks of practical experience over the course of their studies, with a minimum of four weeks with any one employer. Remuneration for practical experience students is optional.
Students are primarily responsible for arranging their own placements. If you wish to offer students practical experience, announcements can be placed in the law job alerts.
Community Project Volunteers
The Brennan Justice and Leadership program seeks to strengthen students’ justice consciousness, idealism and sense of service. Nearly 600 Law students in this extracurricular program participate in a series of seminars and discussion groups on justice; they must also complete 200 hours of volunteer service. If you are interested in offering students volunteer opportunities or to serve as a speaker in the program, contact email@example.com.
Employers wishing to place a job announcement with current student or graduates can use the complimentary law job alerts. UTS alumni can also sign up to receive job alerts.
Your support enables the Law Faculty to build on its success and directly assist the next generation of UTS: Law students, or contribute directly to research and programs that benefit society.
You can make a difference to:
- Help our students excel
- Contribute to research that has social impact
- Make a difference in the community - support Anti-Slavery Australia