The Melbourne Law School Legal Internship subject enables JD students to undertake a vocational placement at a variety of public interest organisations for subject credit. Legal Internship LAWS50059 is a standard elective subject worth 12.5 credit points. 


2019 PILI Internships: Opportunities for November 2018, Summer 2018-19 and Semester 1 2019

For more details on the opportunities available and to apply, click 'University Sign In' at the top of the page and log in with your student login details. Once logged in, navigate to the 'Placements' tab.
Note: 'No data' will display until applications open.

Applications open: Wednesday 12 September
Applications close: Sunday 30 September (midnight)

Independent Internships

Independent Internships are organised directly by students with a host organisation. Once the internship is confirmed, students can apply to have it approved for credit under the Legal Internship subject.
Please contact WIL Coordinator via law-wil@unimelb.edu.au to discuss next steps and gain access to the Independent Internship application form.