The UTS Law Students’ Society’s Constitution lists both the rules that bind the Society and its members, and the guiding objectives by which the Society is governed. More specifically, it outlines:
- the eligibility, rights and duties, and types of members of the Society;
- the governance of the Society by elected councillors and how meetings are to be conducted, including voting procedures; and
- the treatment of by-laws, elections, amendments to the Constitution, Indemnity of Council and accounts and procedures of the society.
The most recent version of the Constitution is available here.
The By-Laws are a set of rules that accompany the Constitution, providing an overview of the roles and responsibilities of each Council member.
The most recent version of the By-Laws is available here.
The UTS Law Students’ Society keeps a written record of each Council meeting including the agenda items, discussions and motions to ensure transparency.
Members are encouraged to access the minutes of any Council meeting by emailing email@example.com.
For any questions, please contact the 2017 UTS LSS Secretary, Marcela Malicka, at firstname.lastname@example.org.