Indigenous Law Centre Student Editor Internship - LAWS3212/JURD7312
The Student Editors will play an active role in the production of one of the two journals, either the Australian Indigenous Law Review (AILR) or the Indigenous Law Bulletin (ILB). Student editors will assist with research, editing of articles, interviews, book reviews, organisation of community engagements and a range of other tasks connected with the production of the journals as directed by the Editors. To learn more about the respective internships please refer to the AILR and ILB student editorial outlines. A total of 91 hours must be completed within the Centre over the semester.
Community legal education is central to the ethos of the Indigenous Law Centre. We hope that our interns develop a deeper understanding of and insight into Indigenous legal issues. We also hope that interns are able to use and improve their skills, in particular, their research skills as gained in the LLB/JD, to assist the ILC/ILB/AILR in its mission to develop comprehensive community legal education resources and knowledge.
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For more information on the internship please contact the Centre at: Email: email@example.com Phone: 9385 2252
This course affords students the opportunity to work in one of the nine specialist centres within the Faculty of Law which undertakes advocacy or research on aspects of policy and practice relating to an area of social justice. The Program provides formal and informal training, as well as supervised practical experience, in planning and implementing key aspects of research, writing, advocacy and related activities. If you wish to learn more about the work of the Indigenous Law Centre, this program offers the ideal opportunity. Contact the Centre Coordinator to find out more what you would be involved in at the Centre on 9385 2252 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org