Protégé: ALSA to spearhead real change for law students in 2021

Protégé: ALSA to spearhead real change for law students in 2021

08 November 2020 By Robyn Tongol
Margaret Cai and Nicholas Tsekouras

With mental health and sexual harassment at the forefront of the legal profession, and of great concern to young lawyers, the ALSA has planned for real change in 2021.

In The Protégé Podcast’s first episode, host Naomi Neilson is joined by the Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) president Nicholas Tsekouras and immediate past president Margaret Cai to discuss the initiatives the ALSA has put in place to combat mental health issues and sexual harassment in the profession for young lawyers.

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We also talk about the recent higher education bill and what this means for the future of the legal profession, the commitment from ALSA to be the voice of next-generation lawyers, what 2020 has taught them and where it will go in 2021. 

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Protégé: ALSA to spearhead real change for law students in 2021
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