Volunteers present legal education programs to prisoners in justice centres and within the community across Geelong and Melbourne. Our aim is to provide inmates with the knowledge and skills needed to gain control in an environment where they may feel powerless and equip community members with the knowledge they need to proactively manage legal challenges. Volunteers have the opportunity to develop their legal knowledge and present high quality information in challenging, high pressure environments. Volunteer positions complement legal studies, offer a range of opportunities for leadership and are highly rewarding.
We are not currently advertising for roles. However you are welcome to submit an application for roles in our youth and adult programs in Melbourne and Geelong. These will be assessed when our next round of recruitment opens.
Applicants must be studying law and available to present three-four sessions per month and attend training and ongoing development for a minimum of a year. Applications are screened based on availability, program need and the quality of responses to the knowledge and behavioural questions, we recommend allowing appropriate time to construct your answers.
To apply please submit an application here. Applicants will be assessed based on suitability for the program and availability. Applications will be saved in our system and assessed as positions become available.
We also directly recruit for senior presenters, an opportunity for more experienced law students to be fast tracked for a leadership position within PLEA. Please use the same form to apply for these positions.