Law Student Societies
There are two student elected committees – SCULSS (SCU Law Student Society) and SCULA (SCU Law Association) – that represent the School of Law and Justice student body. Both Law Student Societies organise competitions, provide mentoring services, host social events and produce various student publications.
Law Student Society membership is free to every student enrolled in the School of Law and Justice.
The Southern Cross University Law Student Society (SCULSS) is a student elected committee that represents our student body. SCULSS organises competitions, provides mentoring services, hosts a number of social events, produces 'The Agitator' newsletter and the SCULSS careers guide.
SCULSS has an excellent working relationship with the School of Law and Justice, and as such, SCULSS is an organisation that effectively voices our students' opinions and concerns.
Membership is free to every student enrolled in a legal course at Southern Cross University's School of Law and Justice.
The Law Student Society office is located in L Block at the Lismore campus.