I completed my Aurora Internship at Campbell Law in Adelaide, South Australia. This has certainly been one of the highlights of my recently completed law degree. I have a more realistic understanding of native title law thanks to my internship at Campbell Law.
I graduated in law a while ago and have been out of the profession for some time. I applied to the Aurora Internship Program because of a long held belief in social justice and with a hope it would be an opportunity to re-acquaint myself with the legal profession.
In their Discussion Paper 82 on the Review of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) the ALRC stated that the law of native title is complex, it requires ‘progressively technical interpretation’, has high evidentiary burdens, requires high levels of resources, often takes many years and that reforms are
As an intern from Adelaide who had previously interned in Darwin with the Aurora Internship Program, I must admit to some initial disappointment when I was first proposed for a placement in my own town.