Legal Aid Queensland (LAQ) is seeking First Nations law students interested in civil law, including anti-discrimination and employment law, to apply for the ‘First Nations Extended Clerkship’.
This is a paid Brisbane-based employment opportunity (on a full-time or part-time basis for a 12-month period) which would involve working in LAQ’s civil law team and delivering administrative services to vulnerable and disadvantaged people. The successful student(s) will also be exposed to a variety of civil law jurisdictions and be mentored by senior lawyers.
Applications must be submitted via Smart jobs by midnight, 6 March. Please contact Loretta Kreet, Principal lawyer – civil justice services on 07 3917 0641 if you would like more information on this opportunity.
Law students and alumni interested in working for LAQ, or those seeking application or interview assistance, can contact Tiana Brockhurst, Consultant – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment, on 07 3918 0194 or via email at email@example.com.