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Social Justice Opportunities
A career guide for Australian law students and new lawyers.
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RRR Law is an initiative of the Law Council of Australia funded by the Commonwealth Government as part of a broader project on Recruitment and Retention of Lawyers in Rural, Regional and Remote (RRR) Areas undertaken by NACLC.
The website links people to job opportunities in Rural, Regional and Remote Australia and has everything aspiring country practitioners need to know about legal careers in RRR Australia including interactive case studies from people working in RRR destinations.The website also highlights the development opportunities available in RRR areas, including a range of training programs and incentives available to RRR practitioners.
Open the link to view: RRR Law Website
Under the project, four regional coordinators were employed to work with the publicly funded legal profession in North West Queensland, Northern Territory, South Australia and Western New South Wales. They focused on recruitment and retention strategies. Three have finished their work and the fourth remains in Western New South Wales. The aim is to work closely with the private legal profession and regional law society to provide support.
Professional Legal Training (PLT) in Regional, Rural and Remote Australia
This project introduces law graduates seeking Professional Legal Training (PLT) placements, to legal assistance services in regional, rural and remote Australia. Law graduates provide valuable help to regional communities, whilst being supervised by an experienced Solicitor.
To find out more open the link - PLT in RRR