What is the Public Interest Legal Tech Clinic?
Clinic Coordinators: Mr Ian Stevens
The Public Interest Legal Tech Clinic enables law students, during their degree, to volunteer their time to gain practical insight and experience in the area of legal technology solutions and is supervised by Bond University academics. Students will volunteer with the Clinic during the semester for approximately 2-3 hours per week at a mutually agreed time and work on projects to assist non-profit organisations with legal technology information and solutions.
Information for students
How do I get involved?
Have a look at how to apply for more information on the application process.
There are currently four volunteer positions offered in the Public Interest Legal Tech Clinic per semester.
Who can apply?
Students must demonstrate the following:
- Currently enrolled at Bond University in a law degree program, either an LLB or JD;
- completion of at least 3 semesters is preferred but not essential.
- Past engagement in extra-curricular activities
- Demonstrated legal technology knowledge or abilities
- General level of maturity and reasons for interest in the Clinic
- Ability to sustain an ongoing commitment to the Clinic for one semester
- Evidence of research skills and organisational ability.
What does it entail?
Typically, student volunteers being supervised at the Clinic will be involved in:
- obtaining practical experience by assisting with legal technology for non-profit organisations
- obtaining practical experience by assisting with research and finding solutions
- Gain practical work experience dealing with legal technology.
- Obtain research experience in addressing legal technology issues.
- Develop problem-solving skills.
- Provide a community service.