We are proud to partner with a wide range of Community Legal Centres to offer you one of the most diverse clinical legal education programs in Australia. 

Each clinic offers you the opportunity to work in a social justice setting for academic credit through the elective law course, LAWS5180.  During your clinical placement, you will spend one day per week during semester undertaking legal work under the close supervision of experienced lawyers.

Clinical placements are also available in Thailand and in international environmental law in Sabah.

Eligibility

You must have completed at least sixteen (16) units of LAWS courses before you are eligible for the program. 

1. Community Legal Centres overview

Browse the range of Community Legal Centres available and the types of clinics they offer:

LawRight

  • A2J & Innovation Clinic
  • Mental Health Law Clinic
  • Homeless Persons’ Legal Clinic
  • Health Advocacy Legal Clinic (servicing St Vincent’s Hospital and the Mater Young Adult Health Care)

Caxton Legal Centre

Consumer Law Advice Clinic

Prisoners’ Legal Service

Prison Law Clinic

Basic Rights Queensland

Social Security Law Clinic

Environmental Defenders Office Qld Inc.

Environmental Law Clinic

Queensland Advocacy Incorporated

Disability Law Clinic

Tenants Queensland

Tenancy Law Clinic (thanks to a grant from the Ian Potter Foundation)

Refugee and Immigration Legal Service

Refugee and Immigration Law Clinic