Who Are We?

We’re the SCU Law Students’ Society and we represent the interests of students enrolled in Southern Cross University’s School of Law and Justice.

Across two states and three campuses; we strive to promote student engagement with issues in legal education and foster a community of proud and proactive legal minds.

We’re also a member of the Australian Law Students’ Society (ALSA), the major representative body of Australia’s 28,000 law students and 33 student societies.

Membership is automatic and worry-free for students of the School of Law and Justice.

What do we do?

Our Committee meets fortnightly to plan upcoming events, brainstorm strategies for student engagement, and discuss exciting activities in and around the campuses.

Once a year, we send members from our student body to represent SCULSS at the annual ALSA Conference, and they report back with new ideas and concepts to reinvigorate and continually improve our services.

We also offer amenities to students at SCU’s Lismore Campus, in the form of the SCULSS Room.


The SCULSS Room is located on the Lismore Campus; in L Block, Room 114. It is beneath the School of Law and Justice.

The SCULSS Room is a designated safe and quiet space for students of the School of Law and Justice.

It offers a comfortable environment within which to study or relax; feel free to drop in and help yourself to a hot drink or biscuit.

Since 2013, the SCULSS Room has been registered as an ACON safe space. If the room is locked, please feel free to collect the key from reception at the School of Law and Justice.