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Being a law student at Sydney Uni is not just about avoiding the pretentious people.

I’m a third-year Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Law student (although I once told a health science student that I study a Bachelor of Manning Bar, to which they just looked confused). Basically, being a law student means that while I drink coffee all day and make the most of having only 12 hours of classes a week, I get to complain about how hard my life is that I have to carry heavy textbooks around. So why did I choose this degree?

I chose to study Law because I wanted to have some credibility when arguing with my A Current Affair-watching grandmother. I chose to study it at the University of Sydney because of its reputation. When I say reputation, I don’t necessarily mean prestige. What I mean is that Sydney’s academic reputation means that I have some seriously inspiring teachers. My first ever tutor for law was a senior human rights advisor to the United Nations! I was starstruck!

The other great thing about studying Law is the super-shiny Law building, which has some of the most comfy chairs in the uni for catching up on sleep after a hard night watching the West Wing.

When I finish studying at Sydney, I want to get a job where I can use my law degree for good, not evil—helping people who need it most. If that fails, at least I’ll be able to argue with my grandmother.


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