Bond University Litigation Clinic

In each university semester, six law students attend for one day a week, and are supervised by a QPILCH solicitor. The clinic focuses on enabling senior Bond University law students to gain practical experience of litigation by conducting casework and research to support QPILCH's Self Representation Service. Students work with QPILCH staff to assist in the provision of legal assistance to self-represented litigants in the Queensland Supreme and District Courts, the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal or the Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia.

During the semester, students and staff invite guest speakers to discuss civil procedure topics. The guest speaker is usually a member of the judiciary, barrister or a representative of one of our member firms, Legal Aid Queensland or another community legal service.
 

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