Create your own internship

If you have sourced your own law related internship and wish to combine it with the Legal Internship subject for academic credit, please contact the Coordinator of Clinical Legal Education, Sue Marshall.

Students in the past have undertaken internships at the United Nations, Reprieve, the Aurora Project and through the Victorian Law Foundation. Concurrently or shortly after their placement, students undertake in depth research on a topic or issue related to their internship as the academic component of the subject.

Alternatively, students who have self sourced an internship at a law firm concurrently undertake academic study in communication skills, legal ethics, law and issues in legal practice together with students who have successfully applied for an internship through the Law Institute Internship Program.