Welcome to the new L.S.A. website

The Legal Studies Association of NSW is in its 25th consecutive year of operation.

The association succeeds and thrives due to the dedication, passion, knowledge and generosity of its executive committee members.

The L.S.A. provides wide ranging support for teachers of Legal Studies.

The extent of this support includes:

  • The Legal Briefs journal
  • Professional Learning events e.g. Information evenings
  • An annual state conference
  • Specific events for teachers new to Legal Studies
  • Regional support for teachers
  • Preparation examinations for the preliminary and HSC courses

Further, the provision of student lectures in a host of locations including Western Sydney, Bathurst, Dubbo, Maitland, Armidale, Lismore, Albury, Narooma and Wagga Wagga is a hallmark of the association.

The L.S.A. is your association, it is our association. All suggestions to enhance our service delivery will be considered, whether they are designed to enhance our website, improve our student lectures, upgrade our Legal Briefs journal or make our annual conference, information nights and new teacher’s day even more engaging and more informative.

L.S.A. members are invited and encouraged to attend and actively participate in all of the offerings that we provide. The LSA State Conference is set down for 28 and 29 March  2019. For those wishing to gain valued skills in teaching Legal Studies, we will be running other professional development activities including Law Day Out Experience on Thursday 28 February 2019, Commerce Information Night on Monday 4 March 2019 and a Specific Skills For Teaching Legal Studies day on Saturday 11 May 2019.

We also encourage members to become involved in the association through contributing articles, lesson materials and assessment tasks to our Legal Briefs journal which is published 3 times a year.

As Legal Studies teachers we should all work together to enhance opportunities for success for everyone within our cohort.

Jennie Mater

What's happening in LSA

NESA Registered Hours

Attention all attendees of LSA Professional Learning events.

 

Registered NESA hours for all those members who have attended any of LSA Professional Learning events in 2018 have been added to the NESA website immediately after the event. If you provided your correct NESA number, have paid for the event and 2018 membership and signed on and off at the event then your hours were added.

 

Following complaints from attendees, NESA has supplied the following response.

 

Courses are moving to teacher account, but there is a bug that hides the PD in a teacher's account. If teachers contact you with issues, get them to ring 9367 8409 or email ptenquiry@nesa.nsw.edu.au

Skills for Teaching Legal Studies - Content into Practice

Skills for Teaching Legal Studies - Content into Practice

The LSA will hold a professional development day for Teachers of Legal Studies. This day is designed to assist teachers develop a variety of teaching and learning skills in Legal Studies.

The day is designed to assist teachers, be they early career teachers or experienced teachers of Legal Studies, gain valued insight into turning content into practice.  The day will be workshop focused.

It will be held on Saturday 11 May 2019 at Rydges Rosehill. 

The Legal Studies Association of NSW Inc is endorsed to provide NESA Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher. Please note the Specific Skills for Teaching Legal Studies Professional Development Day has NESA endorsement

LSA Annual HSC Student Lectures

LSA Annual HSC Student Lectures

The LSA will hold its 2019 Student Lectures: 

  • on Saturday 20 July 2019 and repeated on Saturday 27 July 2019
  • at Westmead Education and Conference Centre Auditorium, Darcy Road,Wentworthville 2145
  • lectures will run from 8:30am till 2:00pm on both days
    • registration will commence at 8:00am on both days (prior enrolment is essential)
LSA Court Guide

LSA Court Guide

LSA has published the LSA Courts Guide written by two past Presidents John Andrews and Keith Thomas.

 

 

You can become a member of the Legal Studies Association of NSW Inc. by downloading the form below, filling it out and send it with payment to the LSA Office.

Membership Form

Credit Card Payments

LSA can now accept credit cards (Visa & Mastercard).

If you wish to pay by this method, contact the Office by phone or email the pro-forma payment form found on link below.