If you have any interest in working in native title then I highly recommend you apply for an Aurora internship via the Aurora Internship Program.
In summing up, it's the Constitution, it's Mabo, it's justice, it's law, it's the vibe and, no, that's it. It's the vibe!
Recently, I had the opportunity to undertake an Aurora internship with native title barristers, Tina Jowett, Vance Hughston SC, John Waters and Craig Evans. As an intern, I worked on an array of tasks, including reading and summarising recent native title case law, conducting legal research to de
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My time in the criminal division of the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) as part of the Aurora Native Title Internship Program, was fantastic.
I was fortunate enough to undertake a second Aurora Internship with Tina Jowett and Vance Hughston SC, native title barristers, for 6 weeks immediately after my internship at Jumbunna, all via the Aurora Internship Program.
In my experience, law firms tend to be loud and animated, with the printer running in the background, telephones ringing, a multitude of people rushing around the office. When I first stepped into 6 Windeyer Chambers, I was struck by its relative quietness.
During the winter break between semesters I was fortunate enough to undertake an Aurora internship with native title barristers Tina Jowett and Vance Hughston SC. In retrospect, I can confidently say that this was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever undertaken.
In the summer break I was fortunate enough to undertake a four-week internship at Windeyer Chambers under Vance Hughston SC and Tina Jowett through the Aurora Internship Program.