New pro bono partnerships give students an edge in human rights law

3 May 2018
Law students Lauren Muscio, Louisa Teakle, Anna Kretowicz and Eashwar Alagappan are working with the Queensland Community Alliance. Absent: Edbert Kang. Credit: Elise Ganley

University of Queensland law students now have greater access to legal experience in human rights and civil liberties thanks to two new pro bono partnerships.

The TC Beirne School of Law’s UQ Pro Bono Centre is partnering with Civil Liberties Australia (CLA) and Queensland Community Alliance to provide students with more opportunities to put their legal skills into practice.