Justice Connect regularly recruits PLT students to work in our Melbourne and Sydney Offices with our Not-for-profit Law, Homeless Law, Seniors Law, MOSAIC, Self Representation Service and Referral Service teams.
To be eligible for this position, you must:
Have completed a law degree
Be currently completing professional legal education to gain admission to practice (ie. through College of Law, Australian National University or equivalent institution)
Undertake a minimum of 60 days of practical legal training at Justice Connect
Lawyers will not be considered
Justice Connect’s offices are CBD based. PLT placements are volunteer positions, and hence unpaid. Before making an application we encourage you to read about the work of Justice Connect and our programs. We place PLT students within programs on an as-needed basis. While we attempt to place successful applicants within the program that best suits their area of law interest, we cannot guarantee this will be the case.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are highly encouraged to apply.
PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately Justice Connect cannot give individual feedback on all applications. Due to the high number of applications Justice Connect received for PLT positions only shortlisted applicants will be notified if they are successful or otherwise.
28 February 2017
PLT Placement – Homeless Law & Seniors Law Service, Melbourne
Our Melbourne office is currently recruiting PLT students to work with our Homeless Law & Seniors Law Service.
PLT students receive on-the-job legal training and supervision, providing valuable experience to set you up for your legal career.
We are recruiting for PLT students in March 2017. Starting dates will vary.
What to expect from your placement:
PLT Position Description - Homeless Law & Seniors Law:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the positions will be open until filled.
How to Apply: Complete the form on our 'Apply now' page (including a CV and Cover Letter).