Other Opportunities

nygh internship 2018

Applications for the 2018 Nygh Internship are now open. This award supports a postgraduate student or graduate of an Australian law school to undertake an internship with The Hague Conference on Private International Law in the Netherlands by providing funds to cover the cost of travel and a contribution towards living expenses. Applications close 30 September 2017.

Information on how to apply, selection criteria and further information is available at http://www.internationalaffairs.org.au/youth-and-community/nygh-internship/

More information is in this document

Indigenous tutorial assistance scheme

The USYD Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme is seeking Tutors in Law Subjects for Semester 2, 2017 with a rate of $50 per hour for the duration of Semester 2. Please see more information here and contact ITAS Support for more information at itas.support@sydney.edu.au  

climate friendly  Project Registration Coordinator

Climate Friendly, which is one of Australia’s largest carbon farming project developers is seeking a Project Registration Coordinator to join our Registration and Compliance team. This position would manage carbon farming project registrations, prepare services and sale contracts for new projects and oversee Climate Friendly’s risk and compliance due diligence on new projects. A tertiary qualification in law is preferred, with a background or experience in environmental science/management desirable. For more information see this link.

Survive Law, a humorous and informative website for law students, is seeking a Head Writer to produce social media posts and blog articles for their website. The position is paid and part-time, ideally for students in their 2nd or 3rd year of law. For more information and details for how to apply, see this link. 

survive law head writer

180 Degrees Consulting Social Impact Case Competition

Registrations for the 180 Degrees Consulting Social Impact Case Competition are NOW OPEN!

The Social Impact Case Competition is a fantastic opportunity for students from ALL degrees and years to apply their skills to solve real-world problems. Don’t miss this chance to push yourself, to step outside of your comfort zone and experience something truly meaningful and rewarding. Prizes for the winning team include a guaranteed position as a 180 Degrees Consultant for semester 2 and more!


Click here for more information about the competition and to register: https://www.facebook.com/events/504759239694735/

Registration closes 5pm, Sunday 16 April

stepping into paid internships 

Stepping Into is a paid internship program designed specifically for students with disability. Students benefit significantly through gaining experience of the job application and interview process, developing a network of contacts within a professional organisation, gaining valuable paid work experience which they can include on their resumes, and having the opportunity to showcase their skills and knowledge. Previous placements have been with organisations such as Commonwealth Bank Australia, BHP Billiton, PwC, Department of Agriculture and Department of Education. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Open to people with all disability types (including mental health conditions, intellectual disabilities and sensory impairments). Applicants must be in their final or penultimate year of a relevant degree, and should be registered with Disability Services at their university.

pace mentoring

Positive Action towards Career Development is a dynamic professional mentoring program. It is designed to assist students and jobseekers with disability develop practical skills for their job search, build confidence in their abilities, and gain exposure to work environments. Participants meet with their mentor who provide guidance in how to achieve career goals.  Previous mentors have come from organisations including ANZ, Legal Aid, Cummins, The Attorney General’s Department and the Department of Immigration. Individuals from all backgrounds and a range of interests are encouraged to apply. Open to people with all disability types (including mental health conditions, intellectual disabilities and sensory impairments)

Graduate Programme – Commercial Management

Laing O’Rourke is seeking applicants for their 2018 Graduate Programme. Applications are currently open and close on Sunday the 23rd April. Whilst Laing O'Rourke traditionally hires Graduates from Engineering, it is seeking graduates with Law qualifications for their Commercial Management stream to do with managing contracts and negotiations with clients. For more information click this link.