With educational and wellbeing initiatives such as Peer Mentoring and the Smile Project, the Education Portfolio is here to help students navigate through law school. There is something for everyone, whether you are just starting out in law or well into your law school journey. The Education Portfolio also facilitates education-related publications such as The Bar, Full Bench and Law School Manual.

For queries regarding the Education Portfolio, contact Justin Cordi at

Buddy Project

The Buddy Program pairs first-year law students (‘Junior Buddies’) and/or international law students (‘International Buddies’) with older law students (‘Senior Buddies’) in their second year or above, aiming to ease the transition into UTS Law.

Peer Mentoring

The Peer Mentoring Program is your way to give back to the UTS Law community. Help first year students transition into law school, and provide them with valuable tips and tricks that will ease them into their university experience.


Subject Tutoring

Subject Tutoring is an initiative of UTS LSS that aims to provide peer support amongst the UTS Law community.
We facilitate a service wherein law students with a distinction grade or higher in a completed core law subject/s offer their time to tutor other law students.

For more info and to see the tutor database click below.

Smile Week

The UTS LSS Smile Week is a biannual initiative, dedicated to helping students through law school by hosting events and initiatives which focus on a positive, balanced outlook.

Additionally, UTS Counselling provide a free and confidential service to all students.
Phone: (02) 9514 3448
Location: UTS Central, Level 14, 61 Broadway, Ultimo, NSW 2007

Advocates Mentoring Program

A revered program that offers 3rd-5th year law students and 2nd-3rd year JD students with an opportunity to obtain a mentee-ship with a Barrister. This program provides the perfect environment for those looking ahead in their legal career — moreover, for those looking to nurture their passion in advocacy and learn the skills, mentality, and the purpose of working as a Barrister.

The program acknowledges that present circumstances surrounding the outbreak of COVID-19 may prevent physical meetings, however, encourages parties to conduct meetings through electronic means.

Apply here!

See below to view the current Handbook. For further questions, please contact Anthony Ayoub at


ALSA is a national not-for-profit association comprising all Law Student Societies and Law Student Associations, representing approximately 28,000 law students.

Conference plays host to ALSA’s wide range of competitions, ALSA Council, elections for the ALSA Committee and a multiple social events including Opening Gala, Break Night and Closing Gala.

For more information, please contact Hue Pham at