My internship experience via the Aurora Internship Program at DDHS was unlike any other work placement or internship I’ve completed before.
My November and December was spent in Darwin interning with the Civil Law section of the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
Just before the summer wet set in to cut through the humid mass of air sitting upon Darwin, I arrived to spend 5 weeks working with the Legal Branch of the Northern Land Council (NLC) as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
My internship via the Aurora Internship Program at the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) has been one of the most interesting and challenging learning experience I have undertaken in my short-lived legal career!
My internship with the Aurora Internship Program was an unforgettable experience and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the relevant areas of law.
My summer placement at NAAJA in 2016 was my second Aurora internship of the year, via the Aurora Internship Program.
Between January and March of 2017, I had the opportunity to intern via the Aurora Internship Program with the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd. (NAILSMA).
Undertaking an Aurora internship as part of the Aurora Internship Program was a long-term goal of mine since starting at university.
I arrived in Darwin on the 1st of November 2016 with very few expectations.
I completed my second Aurora Internship at the Local Court of the Northern Territory (formally known as the Northern Territory Magistrates Court) in the judge’s chambers. My internship, which lasted four weeks, enabled me to observe the judges in chambers and carry out legal research as needed.