University of Melbourne Magazine

The synopsis: Four driven, young graduates come together in a Hollywood house to pursue their movie dreams.

Thousands of people – victims, defendants, witnesses and lawyers – pass through Victoria’s Magistrates’ Courts every day, all seeking justice.

In 2017, the University is celebrating 160 years of legal education.

Judge Wendy Wilmoth is one of Victoria’s most experienced and esteemed judges. Pinar Tat is a third-year law student at the University of Melbourne.

Alumna Anya Adair has always loved languages.

Grant Anderson had worked for decades as a corporate lawyer when he left his high-paying career for a decidedly less lucrative one – teaching.

Her Instagram profile describes her as a “raging Aussie”, yet she’s also one of Bollywood’s leading ladies.

A Melbourne education involves more than lectures and libraries. For arts student Maheshi Kapilaratna, one of the highlights of her degree is having a mentor.

Dissatisfied with campus fare, Salvatore Malatesta did something about it. Now he is exporting Melbourne’s cafe culture to the world.

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