Interfaculty Sport

SULS enters teams in the Interfaculty Sport competition run by Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness every Wednesday lunchtime. Each week is a different sport, with this year's lineup including everything from touch football, futsal, and basketball to ultimate frisbee and rock climbing. At the end of each semester is a run, with every participant getting a point for their faculty - this is where the competition is won and lost, so whether you'll be taking a leisurely stroll with your mates or sprinting for the win, your presence will be invaluable! 

The Law faculty has excelled in this competition over the past few years, winning the Emily Small Shield in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. This is a social competition in which all skills levels are welcome and encouraged to participate. One of the best things about it is that it there are absolutely no costs! The Interfaculty competition provides a great way to meet new people across a range of year groups and get involved. Don’t miss out!

If you’re interested in joining any of the teams, contact, or join the "SULS Sport 2019" Facebook group to access the Facebook events and Interfaculty Sport timetable

Intervarsity Sports Day

Each year SULS competes against other law schools from around NSW for the title of Most Athletically Competent Law Students. The Intervarsity Sports Day takes place early in Semester 2, and SULS will be seeking players for touch football, soccer and netball. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to


This year SULS will be taking on the UNSW Law School and other Sydney University student societies in various sports, including rugby, netball, basketball, and football. These matches will take place across the year and are fantastic opportunities to meet people from all cohorts and build faculty spirit. SULS will be seeking players to participate in these matches so if you are interested please email or keep your eyes peeled for more information on Facebook.

City2Surf for headspace

SULS is entering into the City2Surf with a team of students and academics hoping to walk, skip, jog or sprint over the finish line at Bondi Beach.

In partnering with Headspace, our team’s aim is to promote awareness of mental health issues such as depression and anxiety amongst young people, particularly those entering the law profession.

SULS is hoping to raise $4,000 this year! So gather your mums, aunties, siblings and old uncle Bob (three times removed) and donate now!

Think wisely about the starting group you enter – walkers need to select “back of the pack” and those running or jogging seriously consider your goal time so that you don’t end up pushed to the front against women or men in lycra and streamlined sunglasses, when really you’re sub-100.

More details about this will be provided in Semester 2.

SULS Fitness Club

SULS Fitness club is on every few weeks - it's a great way to get fit, take your mind off study, and in semester 2 prepare for SUL’s Headspace team which enters the City2Surf. This year there'll be a great range of classes, from early morning yoga and pilates, to cardio, boxing, and HIIT at lunch, and then rock climbing at night. If you’re interested in coming along please email for more details, or join the "SULS Sport 2019" Facebook group and keep an eye out for Facebook events and the fitness club calendar. 

If you’re interested in coming along please email for more details.