Community Legal Internship – MLL351
What is Community Legal Internship?
Community Legal Internship (MLL351) is a faculty-sourced work integrated learning (WIL) unit worth 1 credit point, where you complete an internship with an external organisation for 100 hours (15 days).
Diverse opportunities are available including different areas of law and types of placements (full time and part time).
The program has a mandatory induction session prior to commencement.
Who can apply?
To apply for this program you must be enrolled in our Bachelor of Laws, and eligible to use a WIL unit towards your degree.
Successful students are eligible to undertake this for 1 credit point and are required to enrol in:
This unit is not repeatable.
It is your responsibility to ensure that taking a WIL unit contributes towards your course requirements, and will not prevent you from meeting your course rules. Please speak with a student adviser in Student Central if you are unsure.
How to apply
Expressions of interest for T1 2024 are now closed, please see below table for future dates.
Selection criteria is based on a number of considerations including your preferred area of law, year of study, previous participation in WIL units, WAM, and more.
|4 Dec 2023
|28 Mar 2024
|2 Aug 2024
|14 Jan 2024
|5 May 2024
|8 Sept 2024
|Application outcomes announced
|7 Feb 2024
|24 May 2024
|27 Sep 2024
Where can I do an internship?
The Community Legal Internship program is only available at participating centres. Please note that this list is subject to change and not all participating centres are available every trimester.