Faculty of Law
Message from the Dean
We value our 13,000+ UTS Law alumni as part of a life-long community, enjoying a mutually beneficial relationship with the Faculty.
Our vision is to be recognised as one of the leading Law schools in Australia. We seek to have you as champions and advocates of the Law Faculty to help us achieve these goals as set forth in the Law Strategic Plan.
Equally important is that we continue to support you, whether by serving your career development and well-being, or by being a source of inspiration for you through our commitment to justice.
UTS and the Law Faculty have entered a very dynamic phase and I invite you to explore the many ways you can be a part of it. I encourage you to contact Todd St Vrain, the UTS Law External Relations Manager, for a more detailed discussion of your personal and institutional engagement with the Faculty.
Professor Lesley Hitchens
Dean, Faculty of Law
We are committed to serving the professional needs of our alumni throughout the various stages of their career.
Join the UTS Law Alumni LinkedIn Network, the official on-line professional group exclusive to UTS Law alumni. Build contacts with fellow alumni, seek and provide career advice, discuss trends and challenges facing Law graduate professionals, find peers with similar experiences, and learn about job opportunities.
Keep abreast of the Faculty's news and developments via the UTS Law LinkedIn page.
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UTS Career Services for Alumni
UTS is expanding its outreach to alumni, especially for recent graduates. Click here for a full list of resources available to alumni.
Help Further UTS Students’ Career & Social Prospects
There are many ways you can make a difference in the lives of our students and at the same time enrich your own sense of well-being and satisfaction.
We feature the stories of our students, alumni, donors, and researchers. Watch the video that introduces the Brennan Justice and Leadership Program, which has attracted the participation of nearly half of the student body.