Put your legal skills into practice, make a real contribution, and travel the world with a range of exciting student experiences at the Thomas More Law School.
Every undergraduate Law student at the Thomas More Law School undertakes a pro bono placement as part of their degree.
Through these placements Thomas More Law students have contributed many thousands of hours to the legal profession and to the community, representing the interests of those who might not otherwise have access to justice.
Pro bono service provides students with an unrivalled opportunity to experience and reflect upon the operation of the law in a practice setting and its benefits and challenges for those who are marginalised or disadvantaged in our community.
If you're ready for a challenge, why not take up mooting, client interviewing, advocacy or negotiations?
The Thomas More Law School has a full range of activities designed to develop your skills as a legal problem solver and advocate.
Mooting Competitions including “First-Timers Moot”, internal moots, intervarsity mooting, and international moots including the Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held in Hong Kong and Vienna.
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ACU has a campus in Rome and more than 80 international study partners throughout the world. Why not study abroad for a semester, take a unit in Rome, or seek an international pro bono placement?
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