Celebrating the best Connecting with Law short films of the past decade

Join us as we celebrate 10 years of the Connecting with Law Short Film Competition with the top 10 entries from the very beginning through to 2016. *Spoiler – we had a draw in 2013!

2016 Theme: Why Study Law?

Winner: ‘Day One’ by Kit Mun Lee, Liam Hartley, Edward Wong & Quang Ngyuen, University of Melbourne

 2015 – Theme: Bring your favourite case to life!

Winner: ‘Chester v Waverley Council 1939 62 CLR 1’ by Ray Waterhouse, Nikita Vidyaev, Bella Noon, Ben O’Sullivan & Molly-Anne Clark, University of Notre Dame, Sydney

2014 – Theme: Legal ethics – thinking, acting, being

Winner: ‘Ethics in Social Media Advice for the legal hound dog’ by Katy Milne, Monash University

2013 Theme: Your top tips for studying law

Joint Winners: ‘How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Law’ by Jason Allen, Deakin University


Joint Winners:  The 5 Senses to Studying Law’ by Ryleigh Bowman & Sam Lumb, University of Wollongong

2012  Theme:  Pick a definition from the Oxford Australian Dictionary

Winner: ‘Bearly Legal’ by Julian Chant, University of Melbourne, & Louis Aldred-Traynor, University of Notre Dame, Sydney

2011  Theme: Creatively interpret a definition from the Australian Law Dictionary

Winner: ‘The Court of Handball’ by Joel Arnott, Daron Resnik and Daniel Segal, University of Technology, Sydney

2010 Theme: The study of law

Winner: ‘Lo Spettatore Intrusivo’ by Dave Joyce, James Remington, Dan Coombes, Giovanni Marino and Michael Magee, University of Melbourne

2009 – Theme: Connecting with Law

Winner: ‘Law Review’ by Jack Fitzgerald, Toly Shapiro, Paul Whelan, Emily Hargreaves and Yang Wang, Deakin University

2008 – Theme: Connecting with Law

Winner: ‘Law Talk’ by William Howarth, Tom McKeith, Lach Nicolson and Ned Winn-Dix, University of Sydney


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