Faculty Network – Law
Who We Are
We are a community of law students that welcomes anyone who studies law at UTS.
What We Do
- Small Groups: Small Groups are the core of Credo, providing opportunities to read God’s Word in the Bible and have fruitful discussions with other people. The Law Faculty runs a number of weekly Small Groups, and we would love for you to join us. Click here to be involved.
- Prayer: Prayer is a vital part of our community at Credo and in the law faculty. As such it is a key part of our interactions in small groups, and when we meet together. In the past some students have met together to pray and have found it quite fruitful.
- Socials: We aim in 2017 to foster a strong community among law students at Credo, and socials play a key part in facilitating relationships and encouraging each other. We look forward to organising socials this year including study socials and end of semester events. These are a fun way to meet other members of the Law Faculty, as well as an opportunity to invite friends along.
- Getaway: Every year our faculty gathers near the beginning of the Spring session for a weekend getaway. This is a great opportunity to spend a weekend away from Sydney with other Law students, listen to a guest speaker, have topical conversations in discussion groups, and enjoy each others’ company. This year it will be held from the 28th – 30th of July, with guest speaker Mark Adams, ex-lawyer, ex-pastor and current Vice Principal at Sydney Missionary and Bible College. We will be looking at issues of justice, and also we will be hearing talks from the book of ‘Judges’ in the Bible. How fitting! More details to come, so stay tuned!
How to get connected
Find us on Facebook here.
Feel free to email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note from our law faculty leaders:
“To me, the most valuable thing about Credo Faculty Networks is the community. Especially for a first year law student, it’s so helpful to have a solid, welcoming group of people to show you the ropes and to do uni with! I personally really appreciated having older friends who were not only able to help me out with uni work, but also to show me how I could live my life and use my degree to glorify God in a world sorely in need of justice.” – Chloe Fisher, 3rd Year Law student