USALSA | Current Committee
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USALSA consists of a General and Executive Committee. The General Committee holds up to 16 members, each with a designated portfolio. The General Committee is responsible for the day to day management of the association, as well as co-ordinating events and acting as student representatives. Each position is voluntary, and each committee member is elected by law students at UniSA at the end of Trimester 3 (excluding 2017).

President - Jessica Punch

Jessica is a penultimate year law student in her 3rd role on the USALSA committee, previously holding the roles of Treasurer/Vice President and Marketing Officer. Jessica is passionate about student representation and is committed to providing opportunities to all students. As President, Jessica aims to lead and be part of a team of enthusiastic individuals that help foster stronger student engagement, provide better quality events and give students access to a more diverse range of opportunities. She hopes to continue to improve the work USALSA does and make USALSA more actively involved within the community. Jessica is always up for a chat, so if you see her around say hi!

 

Email: president@usalsa.org

Secretary - Emma Martin

Emma is a second year law student in a single law degree. During her time as Secretary, she ultimately aims to assist students by being an approachable member of the committee and looks forward to working with all members of USALSA to provide all law students with a positive study environment.

 

Email: secretary@usalsa.org

Director - Education & Social Justice - Lauren Green

Lauren aims to draw attention to issues which are the stark reality of others in our community. She hopes that together we can address issues such as homelessness and illnesses, through participating in events such as food drives, Dry July and challenges which will enable us to place ourselves in positions of those less fortunate. Lauren will also ensure students are engaged with social issues they are passionate about, by taking positive action in supporting social issues particularly close to our hearts as a network of UniSA Law students. Lauren also plans to consult with students to meet their needs and desires in hosting fun, social justice based events, with maximum student engagement.

 

Email: socialjustice@usalsa.org

Director - Publications & IT - Eden Panozzo

Eden is a second year student studying a double degree of law and journalism. Previously serving as USALSA’s Events Officer, Eden intends to foster greater student involvement through engaging, informative and helpful publications. Eden believes proper communication and marketing of events and opportunities is essential for all students to truly get the most out of their degree and is determined to improve this throughout her time on the committee.

 

Email: publications@usalsa.org

Officer - Publications & IT - Alexander Hamam

Alexander is a second-year student, studying a double degree in law and journalism. In the fast-paced and ever changing legal profession, the ability to attain information promptly is vital. Alexander takes this approach in his role as Publications Officer; eager to keep the student body informed via relevant social media platforms, and variety of other publications, in relation to careers, competitions, the law school, as well as events, and USALSA news. Alexander also believes that USALSA’s engagement with the student cohort is crucial in creating a positive law school culture, with an added emphasis on forming a foundation with first-year students.

 

Email: publicationsofficer@usalsa.org

Director - Careers - Courtney Dolphin

Courtney is a second year student studying a law and psychological science degree. She makes herself approachable to students to fully assist them in obtaining information regarding career opportunities that are available. Courtney joined USALSA to be more involved with the student body and hopes to increase student engagement during her time on the committee.

 

Email: careers@usalsa.org

Officer - Careers - Natalia Reveruzzi

Natalia is currently in her second year of a double degree of law and journalism and professional writing. As Careers Officer, Natalia hopes to deliver useful and informative events which assist students in networking and finding career opportunities. She believes it is important to keep students up to date with information that has the potential to aid their careers.

 

Email: careersofficer@usalsa.org

Treasurer - Salsabil Hafiz

Salsabil is a final year student studying a degree of law and international relations. As treasurer, Salsabil will bring an experienced grasp on treasury due to her previous role as sponsorship director. She is passionate about student well being, and intends to address these issues to foster a healthier student body. Salsabil always open to new and innovative ideas that encourages the student body to look beyond the classroom to get the most out of their university experience.

 

Email: treasury@usalsa.org

Director - Sponsorship - Vacant

Email: sponsorship@usalsa.org

Director - Activities - Jasmin Robbins

Jasmin is a second year law student and has already completed her degree in environment science. Jasmine understands that law school can be a challenging and chaotic experience and is passionate about getting involved in USALSA and providing opportunities for students. As Activities Director, Jasmin aims to promote and enhance the student culture by running fun social activities such as pub crawls and law ball.

 

Email: activities@usalsa.org

Officer - Events - Nour Hana

Nour is in her first year of university, studying a double degree of bachelor of laws and journalism and professional writing. As the Events Officer her goal is to organise social activities that promote a strong, supportive and vibrant culture that promotes the formation of new friendships and the strengthening of existing bonds of friendship. After graduating from university she hopes to practice as a family law barrister. During her free time, Nour likes to exercise and go on outdoor adventures and also enjoys drawing.

 

Email: eventsofficer@usalsa.org

Director - Competitions - Hannah Thomas

As Competitions Director, Hannah aims to increase student engagement in competitions and improve the efficiency of competitions. She intends to expand the competitions which are run at UniSA. Hannah will also place a large focus on external mooting competitions. Aside from her role as competitions director, Hannah will continue to assist the committee to provide exciting events for all students and help them to get the most out of their degree.

 

Email: competitions@usalsa.org

Officer - Competitions - Georgina Axford

Georgina is a third year student studying law and commerce (accounting). As Competitions Officer, she wants to ensure that competitions are run smoothly and are well organised. Georgina aims to increase student involvement by encouraging and supporting students to gain the knowledge and confidence to compete in a wide range of competition opportunities.

 

Email: competitionsofficer@usalsa.org

Officer - Marketing - Zayn Richter

Zayn Richter is a final year law student studying a bachelor of laws who has enjoyed engaging in USALSA events in the past. As Marketing Officer, Zayn wishes to push USALSA’s reach to its limit and get as many law students as possible involved in future events. He believes that all law students can contribute to our law programs and events to make UniSA the best law school in the state.

 

Email: marketing@usalsa.org

Officer - Membership and Administration - Juliet Kagimu

I am a third year student studying a double degree of law and business management. I have previously been involved in community connect helping in fundraising for events. I am also a PASS leader in the business school facilitating business course discussions which are aimed at improving overall performance and confidence amongst students. I am aware of the challenges most international students face studying aboard seeing as I am an international student myself. I thus intend to give international students the necessary representation within the committee so that they find studying law at UniSA both pleasant and rewarding.

 

Email: membership@usalsa.org