Other Opportunities


employsure graduate program

Employsure’s Graduate Program is now open to applications. For information on the role and to apply, please consult this link.


Justice connect plt placement - court programs

Our Court Programs team is currently recruiting two PLT students to work at our Sydney office to help us provide unbundled legal services to the missing middle - unrepresented litigants who do not qualify for Legal Aid and cannot afford private legal assistance.

We have placements to commence in August 2019, to work 3 or more days a week, minimum of 50 days. 

The Justice Connect Sydney office is located in the CBD and Court Programs has satellite offices located at the courts. This is an unpaid position.

You must:

  • Have completed or be close to completing GDLP at College of Law, or its equivalent at a participating university;

  • Able to work at least 3 days a week; and

  • Undertake a minimum of 50 days of practical legal training at Justice Connect.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the positions will be open until filled.

Persons identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander are highly encouraged to apply.

Applications should comprise of a single Word or PDF document including; a cover letter and CV.

Please ensure your cover letter includes your available start date, your preferred days, how many days placement you can commit to and the details of your GDLP provider.

Applications should be emailed to plt.recruitment@justiceconnect.org.au as a single Word or PDF file including “PLT Application – Court Programs” in the email subject line.


Justice Connect PLT Placement –Public Interest Law

Our Sydney office is currently recruiting a PLT student to work with our Public Interest Law team. As a PLT student with this service, you will develop practical and procedural legal experience and skills across various practice areas.

 We are recruiting for a PLT student to work 2-5 days per week for a minimum of 50 days with a June start. Position will be advertised until filled.

Public Interest Law is a central part of Justice Connect’s strategy of delivering access to justice through pro bono. The Public Interest Law service makes referrals to pro bono lawyers on behalf of individuals experiencing disadvantage and organisations that assist them or where the matter is in the public interest. 

Applications should comprise of a single Word or PDF document including; a cover letter and CV.

Please ensure your cover letter includes:·  your available start date, your preferred days, how many days placement you can commit to and the details of your GDLP provider.

Applications should be emailed to plt.recruitment@justiceconnect.org.au as a single Word or PDF file including “PLT Application – Public Interest Law - Sydney” in the email subject line.


king & wood mallesons - community impact clerk

King & Wood Mallesons are seeking a Law Clerk for their Community Impact Practice Group. The position is open to both pre-penultimate and penultimate students, and will run for at least 12 months (and ideally for 18-24). The successful candidate would be working with Dan Creasey, the partner who runs the Community Impact practice who is based part-time in Sydney and Melbourne, and his team in Sydney. The role is quite diverse and gives clerks the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of the pro-bono projects that the team is working on at the moment.  That may involve tasks that range from administrative responsibilities to undertaking research tasks and everything in between.   

To apply, please send your CV and academic transcript via email to Sofija.Jovic@au.kwm.com. No cover letter is required, however please outline your interest and any other relevant information in your email.


world bank legal internship program

The World Bank’s Legal Vice Presidency is currently accepting applications for the 2019 fall cycle of the Legal Internship Program at our headquarters in Washington, D.C. and in certain selected country offices.  The application deadline is May 31.  The incoming cohort will commence its internship in September and is expected to conclude its tenure in November 2019. 

The objective of the program is to provide selected interns first-hand experiences on the day-to-day operations of the World Bank by closely collaborating with staff in LEGVPU.  LEGVPU provides a variety of legal services in different departmental units, including operational project finance in different regions, environmental law, corporate finance, administrative law and more.  Selected interns will be designated to a LEGVPU unit to perform legal tasks with our lawyers.  For further details on the selection criteria, requirements, and terms of reference and to submit an application, please visit the Legal Internship Program website.  Should you have any questions, please contact us at legalinternship@worldbank.org.


junior solicitor - norton white

Norton White are acknowledged leaders in the fields of aviation and shipping, acting for the major airlines, shipping companies and insurers in relation to disputes, regulatory issues and commercial transactions.

We act for a wide range of local and international clients, whose common feature is that they are major participants in the aviation and shipping industries. Consequently, the matters are often complex, always interesting and can involve a wide range of issues.

The Role

Norton White is seeking a junior solicitor to work in our litigation team.

This is an excellent opportunity for junior solicitors in the early stages of their career to gain experience working in a commercial law firm and will have frequent opportunities to work with senior practitioners.

The Candidate

We are looking for a junior solicitor (1 to 3 years) or graduate with strong academic results, good organisational skills and an interest in aviation law to join our litigation team.

To Apply

If you are interested in this position, please email your CV, a cover letter and academic transcript to Tylar Morelli via email at tylar.morelli@nortonwhite.com


associateship - supreme court of western australia

A number of Associate positions in the Supreme Court of Western Australia are currently open to applications, to begin in 2020. For information on individual positions and how to apply, please consult this document.