Being involved in pro bono work as a student can be a great experience.
You may be looking towards a career with a social justice focus (for example, working in a community legal centre, legal aid, pro bono clearing house or referral scheme, or a law firm pro bono practice), or you might simply have a passion for social justice and aim to incorporate pro bono work into your career on the side.
a regularly updated jobs board, linking to ethical jobs and volunteering opportunities around Australia targeted at law students, law graduates and new lawyers
guidance and information on getting involved in social justice at each stage of a law student’s journey, including when an undergraduate student, completing PLT, looking for graduate jobs, and undertaking postgraduate study
a set of Student Pro Bono Questionswhich students can ask prospective employers when applying for clerkships and graduate roles to distinguish between the pro bono programs of different organisations.