The Deakin law students society is looking for more members to join our ranks. Current positions are available below. If you think you would fit well into one of these portfolios, email an application that states which positions you wish to apply for and a response to the questions provided for each portfolio.
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Applications close Friday 1st April at 6pm
[Applications are now closed]
More information is available below about these positions.
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The Victorian Bar is once again looking for student volunteers to participate in a Jury Skills Workshop. This is a wonderful opportunity to see inside excellent advocacy and the dynamics of juries. No prior work experience is required!
This information has been reproduced directly from the Deakin Faculty of Law’s Job Opportunities page. The original advertisement can be found here.
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Voluntary two week internships are open to law students interested in environmental issues, social justice issues and environmental law.
Environmental Justice Australia (formerly the Environment Defenders Office) is offering internships for November 2015 – February 2016 to law students with a genuine and demonstrable interest in environmental issues, social justice issues and environmental law.
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is an independent statutory authority, which administers the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and other acts. The ACCC is the only national agency promoting competition and fair trading in the market place to benefit consumers, business and the community. Check out this fantastic opportunity to intern with the ACCC.
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Colin Biggers & Paisley is amongst the fastest growing law firms in Australia and has been now for the last two years, continuing with significant additions to teams in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. As part of its growth, Colin Biggers & Paisley will be recruiting four legal trainees to join the Melbourne office in 2016.
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Check out Todd Bromwich’s Handbook giving you the ins and outs of Seasonal Clerkship applications!!
Seasonal clerkship programs generally available only to penultimate or final year law students and are used by firms to assess potential trainees. Clerks will typically be placed within one practice area of the firm and given a wide range of tasks, so that the firm may assess their competency and approach towards work. Firms also place great importance upon whether or not the clerk is a good cultural fit. This refers to your attitude, personality and work ethic and whether these match the characteristics the firm desires.
The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) Legal Careers Fair is the premier, FREE event for Victorian law students commencing a career in law!
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In 2014 I was one of four first year representatives chosen by the law society. I wasn’t entirely sure what the role would involve but I figured it couldn’t hurt to have a go and see what it was all about.
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FREE BUS FROM DEAKIN WATERFRONT!
The Big Meet is a careers fair targeted at undergraduates and recent graduates from all universities in the metropolitan region. So whether you are a first year student or final year undergraduate or you’ve been working, studying or travelling since graduation, you are welcome to attend!
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The Aurora Internship Program places law, anthropology and other social science (archaeology, cultural heritage, environmental management, human geography, history and sociology) students and graduates from Australian universities at Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs), Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBCs) and other organisations involved in policy development, social justice, human rights, all with an Indigenous focus.
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