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Activities & Events

The activities portfolio organizes a variety of social events for students past and present to associate with their piers, with the Law Ball being a highlight event of the year for students and staff. The University of South Australia Law Society Association (USALSA) held it’s first annual Law Ball in 2016 and has taken place every year since.

Pub Crawls


USALSA’s infamous Pub Crawl‘s are held in Trimester 1, prior to the exam period. Pub Crawl’s are themed, with past themes including ‘Trump Crawl: See you in court!’, ‘Star Laws: The Equity Strikes Back’ and ‘Juristic Park’. USALSA sells pub crawl shirts which provide free entry into venues as well as discounts on food and drinks.



Juristic Park held in Trimester 1 2018

The Bachelaw held in Trimester 3 2016

Star Laws held in Trimester 1 2016

Straight Outta Law Skool held in Trimester 3 2015

Law Ball


USALSA’s annual Law Ball is held in Trimester 2. The Law Ball is a chance for students to get dressed up to the nines and enjoy food and drinks.


The 2018 Winter Wonderland Law Ball was held in the intimate Function Room at Glenelg. Guests were accompanied by a two-course meal, consisting of dinner and dessert, as well as a drinks package.


The  2017 Masquerade Law Ball, was held in the stunning Cathedral Room at Adelaide Oval. The venue was was chosen for the elegance of the room and the exquisite views of the city and St Peter’s Cathedral.


The 2016 Law Ball Empire, held in the tunnels beneath The Lion, the 2016 Law Ball Empire was inspired by the 1920-1933 alcohol prohibition. The venue was chosen and decorated to give feeling of a 1920’s speakeasy.

Welcome Back Events


Welcome Back Events are held at the start of every Trimester, usually in Week 3. They are themed lunches, where all students are asked to donate a gold coin towards USALSA’s social justice initiatives.