Monash University Graduate Education - Monash Doctoral Program
The Law Faculty's 2020 Graduate Research Students' Guide provides guidelines and advice on thesis preparation.
See the Library's Graduate Research Library guide for information and links related to:
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Read this article from Survive Law on writing a legal research thesis for useful tips on keeping your thesis on track.
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Make an appointment with a Law librarian or learning skills adviser to discuss your research or writing needs.
The Graduate Researcher Peer Writing Group is run as part of the Law Faculty's component of the Research Skills training activities program. Graduate Researchers receive constructive feedback by group members on a chapter of their thesis, as well as develop their critical reading skills in providing feedback to their peers. Contact Dr Katherine Brabon, Learning Skills Adviser, for information: firstname.lastname@example.org
This course of 6 seminars is an opportunity for students to hone their writing and reading skills through a process of peer review, where they will learn to:
The success of this process depends on commitment from the participants, who will be expected to attend all the sessions, and to contribute at least one piece of writing for peer review feedback during the course of the semester.
Please sign up for the writing group here.
Target group: Monash Law HDR students currently writing a thesis or journal article
Convenor: Dr Katherine Brabon, Learning Skills Adviser, Monash University Law Library
Sessions - Semester 2, 2020
Time: 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.
Location: Zoom (link will be emailed to those enrolled)
Dates: Thursday 16 August, Thursday 20 August, Thursday 3 September, Thursday 17 September, Thursday 8 October, Thursday 22 October.
Try these databases to gain an in depth understanding of the sources available for your topic:
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See the Library's Research & Learning Online site for tutorials on Graduate Research and Writing
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