Degree and year of study?
3rd year Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)
What inspired you to engage with the office and role(s) you currently hold?
Meeting others already involved and seeing their passion for these clubs
What Clubs are you involved with at UofA?
Mature Age Officer, SRC, Adelaide University Law Students' Society as Director of Education, previously Mature Age Representative
What led you to join the club(s)?
SRC - Had a coffee with a director of YouX and former member of the SRC who suggested I would be well suited to the SRC and be able to help mature age students and the wider student body
AULSS - First day of attending law school ever, met a friendly lady selling pancakes for a charitable on the cloisters of Ligertwood (Liggy) building (I later realised she was an executive on the LSS) and the very friendly former President of the LSS effectively sold me on the idea of getting involved
Favourite holiday destination/activity?
Tokyo, Japan (eating, bar hopping)
Favourite place to study on campus?
The law school library dungeon
What do you hope to achieve in your office and role(s) in 2023?
1. Better engagement of mature age students across the university,
2. Common area and opportunities for those changing professions or juggling work, life and study,
3.Different modes of engaging campuses and making external students feel like they are part of something bigger.
What advice would you give to students starting out at the University of Adelaide?
Get out there, meet people, join a club, study on campus if you can, you have nothing to lose by being involved and you have everything to gain. Your time at university is relatively short and finite, everyone is here to help from lecturers to your colleagues, make lifelong connections, get as involved as you can and remember to work efficiently with purpose.