LAWS2230 Internship Program
Through the ANU College of Law internship program, students can contribute to the work of a social justice agency of their choice and conduct research that will support the agency's work. Most internships can be undertaken as courses for which students receive credit to their degree, and some provide a unique experience for volunteers.
Internships provide students with unique opportunities to make use of their developing legal skills in areas of need, building on their knowledge and putting it into context.
LR&SJ offers internships for later year students, done through the LAWS2230 Internship Program. All LR&SJ internships are subject to the course assessment criteria.
Below is a list of internships which have been set up by the LR&SJ Program. You are also welcome to do your own research and/or consult us regarding an alternative location (local or overseas) or type of work relating to law reform or social justice.
To discuss possible internships, please contact Associate Professor Simon Rice, Director of the LR&SJ Program, T +61 2 6125 7845.