What is JCULSS?
James Cook University Law Students’ Society (‘JCULSS’) was established in 1989 as a representative body of the JCU law students. We want to enhance student life, promote a sense of collegiality (being involved with your uni mates), and make sure that students come out of uni with more than a paper with the letters LLB on it.
What do we do?
- We help students chose where they want to take their degree after graduation.
- We collaborate with Townsville District Law Association to bring students closer to members of the profession.
- We invite distinguished guest speakers to the Mayo Lectures to share their expertise and experience.
- We help students expand their horizons by working together with other students’ societies across Queensland and beyond through our affiliation with Queensland Law Students’ Association and Australian Law Students’ Association.
Overall, JCULSS plays a vital role in enhancing and improving student life at James Cook University, bringing together the key stakeholders interested in quality legal education: students, university and legal profession.
Who are your JCULSS Representatives?
Our executive team includes a variety of representatives who are dedicated to enhancing your life as a law student. See our full team of representatives by CLICKING HERE.
Financial Information & Minutes
We as the JCULSS are responsible and accountable to you as a member. As such all financial information and meeting minutes are published which can be accessed by CLICKING HERE.