No matter how much you learn in the classroom, there’s no substitute for real world experience.

Our law internships are a chance to apply what you’ve learnt so far, develop specific new skills, and build professional networks.

Industry-specific and building on a particular field of knowledge, you’ll leave with a more rounded understanding of law, and better prepared for employment.

Types of internships

You can either apply for an international Faculty Managed Internship or a Castan Centre Global Internship, or arrange your own Student Organised Internship.

There’s also the opportunity to apply for the Uni-Capitol Washington Internship Program – a unique eight-week placement in the US Congress.

Additionally, there is the Indonesian Law Professional Practicum – a six-week opportunity combining academic tuition, Indonesian language classes and field trips with a legal workplace internship.

For more information about international internship and career opportunities, have a read through the International Law Association’s International Careers & Opportunities Guide.

Financial assistance

Our Student Mobility Fund provides financial assistance for students taking internships – up to $2500 for Faculty Managed Internships, and $1500 for Student Organised Internships.