Student Advising

Note: When emailing, please use your University student email account and include your Student ID Number.

I need advice on... Where to go OR Who to contact
General course planning and enrolment
  • General discussion about my studies
  • Structuring my course/subject selection
  • Difficulties enrolling in subjects
  • Completing my course – final year
  • Study issues
  • Leave of absence
  • Course withdrawal
  • Further study
  • Other

MLM students should contact directly.

Course advice around subject content
  • Subject content

Students should contact the Director of Studies for their course.

Wellbeing and Equity

The Student Academic Adjustment and Wellbeing Officer provides a triaging service to assist students who require additional support for their studies and assessment. This service helps students by identifying challenges, providing additional study and assessment support within Melbourne Law School policy guidelines, and referring students to a range of University Services. Examples of possible supports include:

Student Academic Adjustment and Wellbeing Officer
MLS Academic Support Office (Level 6)

Book an appointment

If you have any relevant documentation (medical certificates, health reports, death certificates, etc) please bring these with you.

Global learning opportunities
  • Non-partner programs
  • Other

Academic Programs Coordinator 
MLS Academic Support Office (Level 6)

Book an appointment

  • Applying for Study Overseas program or Non-partner programs

Visit Study Overseas in order to learn more about your study options.

Students must register and attend a myWorld First Step Discussion Workshop to learn more about the process for exchange.

Further enquiries can be directed to a Study Overseas Advisor at Stop 1.

International Legal Internship
  • International Legal Internship

Work Integrated Learning
MLS Academic Support Office (Level 6)

Law Library
  • Legal research skills, development and advice
  • EndNote/RefWorks/Zotero
  • Study applications/Internet use

Law Library


Legal Academic Skills
  • Legal writing and analysis
  • Legal research
  • Academic skills

Legal Academic Skills Centre (LASC)

Located on Level 3 (Law Library)
Book a consultation with a LASC staff member.

  • Resources
  • Resume, cover letter and application writing review and advice
  • Career planning and goal setting
  • Interview advice and mock interviews
  • Workshops and seminars

Melbourne Law School Career Services

Book an appointment