Take a sneak peak at UTS Central, our exciting new home from 2020.
UTS Law Reception
UTS Law Reception staff happily assist with:
- Submission and collection of UTS:Law assignments.
- Faculty visitors.
- Receipt and dispatch of goods.
Please do not contact the UTS:Law Reception for information regarding course or student administration queries as they will not assist you. These must be directed to the UTS Student Centre. Calls to the faculty of such nature will be transferred to UTS Student Centre.
On Thursday the 6th of February at 5pm, the UTS Law Faculty will cease operations at its current location in UTS Building 5 at Haymarket. On Monday the 10th of February we will re-open in our new location on floors 14, 15 and 16 of UTS Central (Building 2 – next to UTS Tower).
From Monday the 10th of February all Faculty staff and services will operate out of UTS Central. This includes the Student Law Reception counter which will shift to level 16 of Building 2. Students will need to visit this new location to submit and collect hard copy assignments, relevant forms, documents, etc. Any such items submitted at the Haymarket campus from Monday the 10th of February will not be retrieved.
Level 16 (CB02.016)
To make an appointment to see a staff member, and verify their location please see the Faculty of Law staff listing.
UTS Law Student Guidebook
Please read the Law Student Guidebook for essential information on making the most of your studies, including information on University Rules, assignments, extensions and special consideration.
UTS Law Guide to Written Communication
Do you want to maximise your marks for written work? Then please read the UTS Law Guide to Written Communication. It contains advice and essential information including examples, and material on referencing and assessments. You'll also find the UTS Law resource for English Language extremely useful!
Addressing judicial officers correctly
If you’re dreaming of a glorious legal future, the last thing you want to do is stride confidently to the bar table in the Supreme Court and incorrectly address the judge. Never fear, here at the Faculty of Law we've broken down the basics – you’ll be rocking that legal networking night in no time at all! Read the full guide to addressing judicial officers.
The Student Service Centres provide administration services, information and advice to students.
Students studying within the Faculty of Law can now submit enquiries through the Student Centres in Buildings 5 and 10.
Building 5 - Haymarket
Block C, Level 1
Building 10 - BroadwayLevel 2, 235 Jones Street
Ultimo, NSW 2007
ph: 1300 275 887