Monash Law Clinics allow our students to broaden their experience beyond traditional law, enabling them to gain valuable, real-world experience with clients which enhance their employability in both traditional and non-traditional sectors.Our Clinical Externship program is part of the expanded Clinical Program - placing law students in organisations both in the legal sector and outside it. Focussing on new and emerging sectors as well as those sectors where our alumni reside, the program has opened up significant experience for our students, which equip them with the skills industry currently demands.
The Family Law Assistance Program is a self-help clinical legal service designed to assist people involved in Family Court litigation who do not have legal representation. It is administered by Monash University and funded by the Commonwealth Attorney General's Department.
The program aims to provide information on family law procedure, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution and the impact family breakdown can have on those involved.