Presentations designed to be informative, interactive and thought-provoking.

Our Law Education and Outreach program involves law students researching, writing and delivering lessons and seminars to the community.  Students are challenged to present legal material in a way that makes the law accessible to non-lawyers, and promotes greater understanding of laws designed to protect vulnerable families and individuals.

In addition to inspiring participants to take an interest in the law, the seminars build people’s knowledge of nationally and internationally significant issues, enabling them to better disseminate the information made available to the public through the government, media and other organisations.

These presentations are delivered through a combination of audiovisual materials, worksheets, group activities and, in the case of high school presentations, class discussion.

How to apply 

Start by signing up to the Pro bono Roster. Further details can then be found on StudentHub. Joining the roster ensures you will be notified of opportunities as they arise.

In the meantime, if you would like to express your interest in a particular area of the Law Education and Outreach program, please send your expression of interest, outlining your experience in the subject matter, the program you are interested in and what you would bring to the team, to

Join the Pro bono roster

Areas of law education