At the ANU College of Law we value collegiality.
When you become a student in our College we want you to be a part of that collegiality and to feel that you are known and supported as an individual student. Critical to this is forming relationships with staff and other students.
CHAT (come and have a talk) is a mentoring scheme that teams you up in groups will other first year students, 2 later year student mentors and 1 staff member. We encourage all first year law students to participate.
Once enrolled in a group, student mentors will contact your group to discuss a social get-together and also to answer any questions and issues that arise from starting your time as a law student. Staff mentors will be available to refer students to appropriate sources of support, to give advice and to assist with any academic or study related matters. There will also be CHAT social gatherings, coffee sessions and discussion sessions.
We hope that CHAT will enrich your experience at law school.
Our first event of the year!
Come along to the free pizza lunch on Wednesday, 27 February 2013, from 1 – 2pm on the law school lawns to meet student and staff mentors.
Find out more about CHAT (PDF, 1946KB).