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 email@example.com
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. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
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
The LSA will hold its 2019 Student Lectures:
A new teaching resource based on the Jock Palfreeman case has been produced by LSA.
This resource was written by Natasha Isbel with input from Belinda Hawkins and Nicholas Cowdery.
Published by Simon & Schuster Available in paper and ebook in September 2012.
This is the true story of the life and trial of Eugenia Falleni, a woman who in 1920 was charged with the murder of her wife – yes wife! Eugenia lived in Sydney for twenty-two years as a man, Harry Crawford, and during that time officially married twice.
This is a great read for Legal Studies teachers with parallels between the criminal justice system of the 1920s and today.
Read more about Eugenia
Eugenia Student Guide
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.
2021 Membership Form
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.