Pro bono as a mentoring opportunity

Rural Women’s Outreach Legal Service, Queensland provides young CLC lawyer Brenton Day opportunity to work alongside pro bono barrister Stephen Colditz. Read his story here.

Meet our Semester 1, 2018 interns!

Emma Ting and Joyce Cheung are final-year law students at UNSW and they’re our interns this semester! Meet them here.

Asia Pro Bono Conference continues to emphasise education and empowerment

The focus of this conference continues to be on education and empowerment with a significant number of students attending particularly from the University of Malaya, but also students from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane and the University of Newcastle. Staff and students from the law faculties of the Universities from the region and NGOs made up about 20-25 per cent of the audience. This, together with the many lawyers from less developed countries in the region and its participatory style gives this conference a unique informality and dynamism.

Meet the interns

The Centre is pleased to have Trilby Donald and Chris Johannes join us as interns this semester. Read their profiles here.