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Public Interest Law Clinic

What is Public Interest Law Clinic?

The Public Interest Law Clinic enables law students, during their degree, to volunteer their time to gain practical insight and experience in public interest legal solutions and is supervised by Bond University academics. Students will volunteer with the Clinic during the semester for approximately 2-3 hours fortnightly at a mutually agreed time and work on projects to assist non-profit organisations, charities and community organisations with legal information and project based solutions on matters of public interest

The Public Interest Law Clinic is usually offered every semester but is subject to change.

Information for students

Contact the Clinic Coordinator

Ian Stevens

Assistant Professor