Law Clinic (MLL351)

What is Law Clinic?

Law Clinic (MLL351) is a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) unit worth 1 credit point where students complete a work placement in a legal environment. Law Clinic counts for 12 days towards the professional work experience requirement of the law degree course. The unit is only offered to Bachelor of Laws students.

Selection criteria

Applicants are required to:

  • Have successfully completed 16 units of their law/combined degree.
  • Provide an introductory cover letter outlining their interest in their preferred Law Clinic placement location.
  • Provide an up-to-date resume including all current and past professional experience placements and employment.

Please give careful consideration to your application, as there are limited places available. A detailed application, which outlines your suitability and enthusiasm, will greatly assist the selection process.

Where there are several strong applicants, order of application receipt will be used to finalise selection- so get your application in promptly.

Please note: The host organisation may require an interview prior to final offer being made.

How to apply

T2 and T3 2014 Law Clinic applications are closed. Applications are now being accepted for T1 2015. To apply complete the Application form [137KB] and email to Marlene Ebejer.

Please indicate in your application if you are also available to accept a place in a different trimester. Only apply for those places that you are willing to travel to.

Please note: Under no circumstances are you to approach employers directly regarding Law Clinic. You will be notified of the outcome of your application approximately 2 weeks after applications have been received. If you have not heard after this time please contact Marlene Ebejer.

Participating centres

Students who wish to undertake Law Clinic may need to obtain a Working with Children Check and Police Check prior to commencing (at students expense).

Please note: Not all centres participate in all trimesters.

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