Training a new generation of public interest lawyers

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February 1, 2013

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
Interest
, 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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