This course involves students participating at a designated law practice or at a clinic site (ie. the prison). Student paralegal and legal education work is essential to the operation of each clinic; for provision of assistance to clients, the provision of legal information and work on systemic issues concerning justice and the law. Each clinical course has compulsory attendance requirements and compulsory assessments.
You must complete this form to apply for the following 2020 clinical courses:
Please read the appropriate course description on Programs & Courses, which contains additional details.
Separate application form for the following clinics
Applications for LAWS4307/LAWS6307 Legal Education for True Justice: Indigenous Perspectives and Deep Listening on Country and LAWS4313/6313 Kimberley Aboriginal Justice Clinic have a separate applicaiton process TBA.
To enrol in a clinical course you must be studying the Bachelor of Law (Honours) or Juris Doctor and have completed or be completing five LAWS courses at 1000/6100 level.
In addition, to enrol in the LAWS4304/6304 Prison Legal Literacy Clinic a student must have completed LAWS1206/6106 Criminal Law & Procedure.
Please read the Eligibility and Selection Guidelines for information about the selection process for clinical courses.