Introduction

The Bond University Law Students’ Association (LSA) is a not-for-profit student organisation comprised of ten elected law students. The LSA is responsible for representing the needs of Bond Law students and to be a supportive body in both social and academic areas. Each year a new committee is elected and serves a 12 month term.

Operating since 1990, the LSA has become one of the largest student organisations within Bond. We have direct access to over one thousand students, and work very closely with Bond University staff and the Faculty of Law to provide our students with premium services and access to industry. The LSA organises social and networking events, academic support, training and competitions and a broad range of career opportunities for the law students of Bond. The LSA continually works to ensure that our students receive an all round service and an exceptional law school experience. This is part of the holistic, hands-on approach to studying that exemplifies the Bond advantage across the University and particularly, throughout the Faculty of Law.

The Constitution

The Constitution is the framework for the organisation and governs the relationship with Bond Law Students, the Law Faculty and the University as a whole. The Constitution creates two branches of government: the Executive, and the Directorship. The Constitution specifies the powers and duties of each branch.

Click Here to view the LSA Constitution (Last Amended 9 April 2014).

For a list of the current committee members, visit the Committee page under the ‘About Us’ menu.