Law students supporting LawRight

Hundreds of law students support LawRight’s pro bono work by volunteering or participating in a student clinic.

Volunteers are normally senior law students and contribute 1 day a week for a semester. We recruit as needed and before a new semester starts. If you’re interested in volunteering, please read below:

  • follow us on social media to hear when we’re recruiting; or
  • email with your CV and tell us your interest and availability, in case we have any places available.

Student clinics are organised through the university. Normally, students attend one day per week for the semester, and are supervised by a LawRight lawyer. Read below or contact your university for more information.

Student clinics

Universities partner with LawRight to support our pro bono services. Students receive guidance from experienced practitioners as they help deliver pro bono work.

The student clinics help to instil the importance of pro bono in the next generation of lawyers.

Each clinic operates one day per week over the university semester.

University of Queensland

Queensland University of Technology

 Bond University

Griffith University


Some universities offer an internship or practical placement course. If you would like to do an internship at LawRight, speak to your course coordinator about whether your university offers such a course. We prefer that interns work one day per week for a semester.