Are you a law student with an interest in social justice and human rights? Ever wondered whether you can pursue those interest whilst working in a commercial firm?
Join our panel of pro bono lawyers, working in some of Australia’s largest commercial firms, as they discuss the role corporate legal firms have in improving access to justice outcomes for the wider community.
This presentation will provide an opportunity to understand what it means to work within a corporate pro bono practice and will be followed by networking opportunties with firm representatives.
Featured on our panel will be representatives from:
- Arnold Bloch Leibler
- Allens Linklaters
The Prison Legal Education & Assistance Project’s Insight Series, is an accessible and vital resource for students considering a community and social justice minded career.
Location: Law Institute of Victoria, 470 Bourke St Melbourne
Date: Thursday 19 October 2017
Cost: $10.00 (or 3 events for the price of 2 if booked as a package) with all proceeds from this event going directly towards the PLEA Project’s legal education presentations within Victorian prisons. Discounts are available for students experiencing financial hardship.
Free for PLEA volunteers and Tarwirri members.