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We work with Community Legal Centres, non-government organisations, and charities to supply skilled students to work in a pro bono arrangement.

The types of work students can assist with include:

  • legal research for policy or legislative submissions to government
  • drafting community legal education
  • design/updating of legal materials such as fact-sheets
  • bequest legal assistance
  • casework assistance.

Benefits of engaging UQ students through the pro bono centre:

  • highly skilled students matched to the organisation
  • enthusiastic students with a strong work ethic
  • potential for academic oversight
  • opportunity to inspire next generation of lawyers
  • involvement is covered by UQ insurance.

Application procedure

Fill in the assistance application form and one of our staff will be in contact with you. 

request pro bono assistance