Training a new generation of public interest lawyers

Law students
from Macquarie University and Sydney Law School are with PIAC this week and next, learning about a range of public interest advocacy strategies and thinking outside the traditional casework approach to law and justice.

Macquarie University students are participating in the elective course, Practising in the Public
, while students from Sydney Law School are undertaking the Social
Justice Clinical Summer Course.

This next generation of public interest lawyers will enjoy a hands-on experience through a clinical placement as part of the PIAC training program. 

Visit the PIAC website for more jnformation about electives for
law students

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