1. Demonstrate knowledge of: a) the key features of civil procedure in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, the Queensland Supreme and District Courts, and the Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia; and b) advanced principles and methods of legal research and reasoning. 2. Demonstrate competency in exercising the following professional legal skills, including an ability to: a) interact with various members of the legal profession in a professional manner; b) conduct effective and efficient legal research and analysis; c) write clearly and concisely in a contextually appropriate manner; d) effectively manage time and appropriately prioritise tasks; e) obtain, record and comprehend instructions provided by the clinic supervisor; and f) understand and reflect upon the role and importance of pro bono legal services for the Australian community and the function of a community law firm. 3. Demonstrate the ability to apply the above knowledge and skills: a) ethically and reflectively; b) with creativity and initiative to new situations; c) with high level personal autonomy and accountability; and d) to plan and execute substantial research tasks.