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Law School

Wellbeing

UWA students on campus

Welcome to the Law School

Your success in the classroom and beyond is very important to us and successful studying starts with living a healthy lifestyle outside the classroom. With this in mind, the Law School has developed a special program for law students called Civic Professionalism at Law. The program features opportunities and resources to help students maintain physical and emotional health throughout their studies here at UWA.

We place great value on your inner development, emotional wellbeing and overall wellness. This means taking care of your social, emotional, physical and spiritual self.

Below are online resources for all law students. If you're finding it difficult to keep up with everything, the Associate Dean (Students) and the Arts and Law Student Office will do whatever they can to assist you.

Survival Guide

Welcome! This is a Survival Guide, designed to help you make the most of your law unit and your first year at UWA..

Resilience

The Faculty of Law recognises the increasingly high incidence of mental illness within the legal profession generally and within Law Schools more specifically.

Blackstone Society

Something for every law student. Mental health is one of Blackstones's main priorities in representing the interests of law students.