Work opportunities

World Bank Internship

The TC Beirne School of Law is seeking applications from Bachelor of Laws students for a two to three month Fellowship with the World Bank’s Special Litigation Unit under the Integrity Vice President (INT).

The successful student will be supported by a scholarship of USD$7,500 (approximately AUD$9,850) to meet travel and living expenses while the student works at the World Bank’s headquarters in Washington, DC.


ODPP Work Experience Placement Program

The Office of the Director of Public Prosescutions' WEPP offers students the opportunity to gain direct experience in criminal law. Students interested in applying for the WEPP must have a genuine interest in criminal law. They must be team players who can work under pressure, manage time effectively, and be skilled communicators with excellent interpersonal skills.

The ODPP has the ability to host students in a number of locations including Brisbane, Beenleigh, Cairns, Ipswich, Maroochydore, Rockhampton, Southport, Toowoomba and Townsville.


The Aurora Project

The Aurora Native Title Internship Program places law, anthropology and other social science (archaeology, cultural heritage, environmental management, human geography, history and sociology) students and graduates from Australian universities at Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs), Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBCs) and other organisations involved in policy development, social justice, human rights, all with an Indigenous focus.

The program introduces candidates to career opportunities in native title and Indigenous affairs more generally and at the same time provides assistance to under-resourced and over-worked organisations.