The LASC runs workshops and provides individual consultations for graduate researchers on legal writing (including planning and structuring a dissertation, editing your work) and can provide advice and support for all stages of your candidature. Find self-help resources and class schedules on the website, or drop by the office on Level 3 and say hello.
The Copyright Office provides resources to navigate common scenarios during your candidature, for example: understanding publishing agreements, requesting permission to include copyrighted material, protecting your work, thesis submission and more. The run information sessions and provide individual advice when required.
Research Computing Services (formerly know as ResPlat) provide peer support, meet ups and classes for a range of research software (e.g. NVivo and Natural Language Toolkit). They also co-present Researcher Connect, a regular event at the University to promote computational literacy and digital research tools and techniques for graduate researchers
The Digital Studio supports research and aims to build capacity for researchers working in digital humanities, arts, and social sciences. You can attend software training and workshops, or attend showcase events and exhibitions.
Law Graduate Researchers are eligible to receive up to 10 hours of individual assistance from the Statistical Consulting Service during their candiature. The also run short courses plus provide DIY resources to prepare your data prior to meeting individually.