Faculty organised international placements
Monash University and the Faculty of Law have made a strategic commitment to the internationalisation of educational opportunities for our students. As such the Law School has developed a number of placements that will enhance both the personal and professional development of our students.
These are placements negotiated, advertised and managed by the Faculty of Law and developed via a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the organisation concerned. Students will be required to apply to the Faculty and meet a set of selection criteria which has been negotiated between the Faculty and the organisation involved. The application process may also involve an interview with the Associate Dean International, Senior Student Programs Officer (International & Internships) and/or other appropriate members of staff.
Student eligibility criteria
- be enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws (or any Bachelor of Laws double degree) or Postgraduate coursework degree in the Faculty of Law at Monash University and have at least one unit of their law degree to complete at the end of the internship program
- at the time of application students enrolled in the LLB or JD programs have completed at least one full-time equivalent year of law (48 credit points) and have achieved a minimum credit (60%) average; students enrolled in the LLM (not including the JD) programs have completed at least two units (12 credit points) and have achieved a minimum credit (60%) average.
- have the ability to complete the internship without compromising law studies or examination periods.
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Each Faculty organised international placement listed in the following table may have further eligibility requirements. Please see these under individual internship information by clicking on relevant link below.
|Faculty Organised Placement||Placement period||Length||Applications due|
|mid June to mid July (after exam period)||4 weeks (minimum)||TBA|
|Studio Legale Delfino e Associati|
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
|Mid-April to Mid-June||4 weeks||16 February 2020|
| September to November|
December to February
|8 weeks (minimum)||TBA|
|EcoPeace Middle East|
November to February
|Herzog, Fox & Neeman Lawyers|
mid January to mid February
|4 weeks||23 September 2019|
|Asserson Law Offices|
|January (Period 1) and February (Period 2)||3 weeks per period||23 September 2019|
|November to February||3 months||mid -September|
|Castan Centre Global Internship ProgramPlease note: Additional eligibility criteria applies to this Program.|| Varies - according |
| Varies- according |
Varies- according to internship
International student restrictions
International students are not currently permitted to undertake placements during semester due to visa restrictions*. However they may be eligible for placements that fall outside of the semester dates and may therefore apply for funding if they meet the eligibility criteria outlined above.
(*This is a Commonwealth Government policy which is currently under review in consultation between Monash International and the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs)
NOTE: Some placements may have additional application criteria set out by the host organisation involved. Please see individual placements for details.
In order to apply for a Faculty organised international placement you must complete the appropriate online placement application form and all appropriate support documentation emailed to the Senior Student Programs Officer (International & Internships) @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application due dates are set to allow processing of your application by the Faculty of Law, Monash Abroad and the placement provider. Applications received after the due dates are at risk of not being processed.
NOTE: For more specific information on eligibility criteria an all relevant dates, please click link for each placement.