Isaacs Law Society 2017-18 committee nomination form
This is the official nomination form for the 2017-18 UC Isaacs Law Society Committee. Nominations close 9pm Saturday 14th October. All nominations must be supported by two other UC Law or Justice Studies students.

All nominees must be present at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 6pm Monday 16th October 2017 (Location to be advised) to confirm their nomination. Nominees will also be given the opportunity to give a brief speech at the AGM about why they think they should be elected to the committee.

Voting will occur at the AGM. UC Law and Justice Studies students must be present at the AGM to vote.
Election results will be announced by 9am Tuesday 17th October 2017.
Successful nominees will be notified by email.

Successful nominees will be invited to attend the remaining whole of Committee Meetings to allow for an extended handover period. The ‘official handover’ day will be held in November 2017 TBC, following the conclusion of the semester 2 examination period. All successful nominees are expected to attend the handover day.

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Nominee student ID
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Will you be a student as of November 2018?
If you answered “no” to the previous question, please outline how you intend to fulfill your position if elected.
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What role are you applying for? You may apply for up to three positions.
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What role are you applying for? You may apply for up to three positions.
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What role are you applying for? You may apply for up to three positions.
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Why do you want to be on the committee and why are you suitable for the position/s you are nominating for?
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What previous experience, if any, do you have?
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Supporting nominees (2). These must be fellow University of Canberra Law or Justice Studies students. Please include their student numbers.
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