UQ Pro Bono Centre

Why pro bono?

Public interest practice is a key professional value of lawyers. Through the Pro Bono Centre, the School of Law would like all its students to recognise the value of pro bono work and commit to undertaking pro bono work as students and in their professional careers. The Centre is the only resource of its type in an Australian law school.

Pro bono, by definition, is work for no reward. The benefits to students lie in the work experience, the professional networks formed, and the knowledge they are working in the public interest for the benefit of the community.

Mission, governance and relationships.
For students interested in gaining legal experience without reward.
Students are invited to apply to work in a social justice setting for academic credit.
Contact us about sourcing skilled students to help with pro bono or public interest matters.
Stay up to date with the work of the Pro Bono Centre and our students.
Our range of publications including legal research papers and contributions to law reform submissions.

Support the UQ Pro Bono Centre

Kind donations by our supporters enable us to help the most disadvantaged in our community to access justice and teach our students the value of pro bono work.

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probono@law.uq.edu.au

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