I returned to Australia in 2018 for my final year in law after spending a month interning at a firm in Malaysia that specialised in native title. I really enjoyed my experience there, and was looking for more opportunities in that field that I could get into.
If you have a passion for Indigenous culture and a desire to work in native title law then I would highly recommend applying to the Aurora Internship Program.
Just after completing my Bachelor’s degree in Justice and Society from Flinders University I was a graduate in limbo.
In my penultimate year of study, I applied to undertake a native title focussed internship as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
I completed an 8 week internship with the South Australian Native Title Service (SANTS) as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
For four weeks during the winter break, I undertook an Aurora internship via the Aurora Native Title Internship Program at South Australian Native Title Services Ltd (SANTS).
I undertook my six week legal placement as part of the Aurora Native Title Internship Program with the South Australian Native Services [SANTS] during the summer 2012/13 round.
During February and March of 2013, I was involved in a six-week Aurora placement at South Australian Native Title Services (SANTS).
During the winter break I undertook a five-week internship at the South Australian Native Title Services (SANTS) as part of the Aurora Native Title Internship Program.
I applied for a Legal Internship with the Aurora Native Title Internship Program soon after completing my legal studies. I’d heard about the internship program whilst I was still studying, but had never seriously considered applying.