Tag Archives: law

Legally Student: Jenny Tridgell

 

There’s no doubting that third year Macquarie University law and politics student Jenny Tridgell has social justice in her blood. In her second year she was part of the executive for Macquarie University Students for Community Legal Engagement, otherwise known as MUSCLE. This year she is the Social Justice Director at the Macquarie University Law Society. Over her time in law school, she has planned many social justice events including panels featuring social justice lawyers and hopes to one day hold a Social Justice Careers Fair to better promote careers in the law outside of the traditional commercial law path.

She spoke with Rachel Worsley at her home turf, Macquarie University.

Broadcast on 16 April 2014.

Legally Student: Alix Piatek

 

Law and journalism often make good company, but few can imagine the path of one particular law student who has embodied every facet of that delicate balance between the two disciplines. Alix Piatek is in her final year of a law/journalism degree, and has worked as a barrister’s assistant, a political fact-checker, a writer for legal publication Justinian and now a producer on SBS’s talk show Insight. She talks to Rachel Worsley about how she straddles the divide.

 

Music: Prelude No.15 by Frederic Chopin.

Legally Student: Virat Nehru

Virat Nehru calls himself a jack of all trades, as he juggles his media and law studies at the University of Sydney with writing his first novel and interviewing lawyers about their experience. He speaks to reporter Rachel Worsley about the interplay between the law and morality in the criminal law, the ever difficult questions of lawyer’s ethics and why he likes about the law, even if it wasn’t always his first choice.

Aired 30th January 2014 on Radio Atticus for 2ser 107.3FM