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 completed an 8 week internship with the South Australian Native Title Service (SANTS) as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
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.
In my penultimate year of study, I applied to undertake a native title focussed internship as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
During February and March of 2013, I was involved in a six-week Aurora placement at South Australian Native Title Services (SANTS).
In summer 2014 I undertook an Aurora Native Title Internship and was placed with Mr Andrew Collett, an Adelaide based native title barrister. Andrew has dedicated his life’s work to facilitating Indigenous access to justice in Australia.
Undertaking an Aurora internship
In winter 2014 I was placed via the Aurora Native Title Internship Program with native title Barrister, Mr Andrew Collett, for a seven week internship.
My hunger to become immersed in the coalface of the law found me in this most eclectic of working environments; contemplating legal principles, defending the rights and interests of the first Australians, recollecting Maralinga and the A bomb tests whilst punctuated by rainy day music in the back
Adelaide Barrister and Mediator, Andrew Collett, has worked with Aboriginal people for his entire career, and this is a milestone not to be taken lightly.