Dictum Society

Available Positions

If you do want to get involved – but are thinking to yourself ‘but I probably won’t get it’ or ‘I don’t know if I know enough/am qualified enough’ – remember that these are student representative positions! You are a student, your perspective matters, and there are positions available! Get in there! 

You can learn more about how we remove, replace and appoint Committee and co-opted members through the Committee Member Standards, Review and Removal Regulations and how we appoint Co-Opted members through the Co-Opted Member Regulations.  

Portfolio Officers

Dictum Society is not currently seeking to co-opt members for our portfolios. 

Working Parties

As well as Co-Opting members for individual portfolio roles, Dictum Society is now initiating what is referred to as 'working parties'. A working party is a group of members, supervised and directed by a Dictum Society Committee member, to research, report and recommend on a particular focus area. Members of a working party can be as involved as they would like - from minimal engagement, to taking on a more active role. With working parties - there is no application and interview process! If you are a member and you want to help, simply sign up and you are in.

Careers Services Working Party

Student feedback has indicated that the careers services available to students at the College of Law and Justice, specifically at the City Queen campus, is not adequate to service its students. The Careers Services Working Party ('CSWP') aims to unpack the services available to students, differences between services at other VU campuses, benchmark against services provided at other universities and ultimately find out why services are lacking and what we can do to fix it. 

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Disability Services Working Party

Student feedback has indicated that the disability services available to students at the College of Law and Justice, specifically at the City Queen campus, is not adequate to service its students. The Disability Services Working Party ('DSWP') aims to unpack the services available to students, differences between services at other VU campuses, benchmark against services provided at other universities and ultimately find out why services are lacking and what we can do to fix it. 

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Teaching and Learning Working Party

Student feedback has indicated that the teaching and learning services available to students at the College of Law and Justice, specifically at the City Queen campus, is not adequate to service its students. The Teaching and Learning Working Party (‘TLWP’) aims to unpack the services available to students, differences between services at other VU campuses, benchmark against services provided at other universities and ultimately find out why services are lacking and what we can do to to fix it. The TLWP will aim to complete a report by 31 October 2017.

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