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Free legal advice on campus for students

There will be free legal advice available on UC Campus for students on Wednesdays from  7 March 2018.

  • The UC Law Clinic, in association with Community Law Canterbury (CLC), is offering a free legal advice service on any issue, including flatting, tenancy and general problems.
  • This is a confidential service, under the supervision of a qualified and practising CLC solicitor and will be available on selected Wednesday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm.
  • Appointments may be made for the time-slots of 2pm, 3pm, or 4pm on any of the following Wednesdays: 7, 14, 21 & 28 March; 2, 9, 16, 24, 25, 30 May 2018. The venue is Room 151A in the foyer of the Business and Law Building in University Drive.

Please email your preferred appointment day and time to: and a confirmatory email will be sent in reply.

Weather forecast changes dates for Clubs Day

Due to the incoming cyclone and the resulting weather forecast UCSA have made the decision to move Clubs Days to Thursday and Friday this week.

One of the best ways to get involved is to join a UCSA club or society. Twice a year, clubs show off what they’ve got, and it’s this week on now on Thursday and Friday. This is NOT something you want to miss out on!

Here’s a sneak preview of your choices>

It is a chance for you to figure out what clubs you want to be a part of and for clubs to recruit new members, creating connections and engagement within the student culture. Most are free and if not they’re usually cheap as chips (if English is your second language this is one way Kiwis talk about how something is a bargain).

When: Thursday 22 Feb and Friday 23 February, 11am till 2pm
Where: C-Block Lawn, North Arts Quad, Central Campus

Inside the Ernest Rutherford building

Here is a sneak peek inside the Ernest Rutherford building before the official opening later this week.

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