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26.10.2016 

GħSL | Student Representative Elections -

Make the most out of Law School | Your Class Representatives

Applications for Class Representative for the academic year 2016/2017 are now open. 

The purpose of having a representative in each year of the law course is to bridge the gap between the student, the organisation and faculty. The class representative is the person who will deal with day-to-day student issues that may arise, as well as serving as the point of contact for his or her peers. When an issue becomes of a more serious nature, GħSL would be able to step in to facilitate matters with all involved parties.

Interested applicants are to e-mail the below application with all the relevant information to secgen@ghsl.org by Wednesday 9th November 4pm. Please print the application, fill it in as required, scan it and send by email. Note that any applications received after this time will not be accepted. Students who wish to apply are also encouraged to read the guidelines prior to filling out the application.

In the case of multiple applicants from a single year, an election between the interested parties will be held. Further information including times and venue of such elections will be announced at a later date, if necessary. Please feel free to contact any member of the executive with any queries.

Posts are available in the following years: 
LL.B. (Hons) I
LL.B. (Hons) II
LL.B. (Hons) III
LL.B. (Hons) IV
Master of Advocacy 
Master of Notarial Studies 
LL.D. II 
LL.D. III

Application: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_NgNhKOslKBMUNyZHJiLVcxWUU

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By virtue of the GħSL Statute:

9.3.2. The role of the Class Representative shall be to coordinate with the Faculty of Laws and the Organisation with regard to day-to-day student issues that arise and serve as the point of contact for Members of his/her respective year.

9.3.3. Class Representatives shall be elected at the beginning of the first semester of each academic year, from each year of the following courses:
(a) LL.B. (Hons) course;
(b) LL.D. course (the second and third years of the course);
(c) M.A. in Notary;
(d) M.A. in Advocacy;
Provided that procedure of elections is according to the discretion of the Executive Board.

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