Pro bono work is a great way to gain practical experience while studying. Pro bono legal services are vital to the community and are important in providing assistance for those who may not otherwise have access to justice. Learn more about pro bono work


You must have completed eight (#8) units of LLB LAWS courses.  Some opportunities will require #20 or more LAWS courses.


Please read the expectations of students on the UQ Pro Bono Centre Roster and the centre's constitution (PDF, 160KB).

Joining the student roster does not commit you to anything except receiving notifications of opportunities that arise. You are not committed until you specifically apply for something. You will be notified of specific opportunities that you can choose to apply for. 

How to join

Sign up online. Please note: Clinical Legal Education (LAWS5180) opportunities are run separately and have their own application process each semester.

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Student experience

Juliet Walker

Get involved as much as you can – there’s a huge range of opportunities available and each experience allows you to learn more about yourself.

Juliet Walker

Balawyn Jones

The activities I was involved in shaped my understanding of the law as being less about ‘the law’ and more about people.

Balawyn Jones

Zoe Chan

There are so many ways to support social justice in the community during your career no matter what area of law you practice.

Zoe Chan

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