I arrived at NTSCORP as an Aurora intern at an exciting time, as it was during this time that 2 historic native title claims were being finalised. The first was a native title claim that had been over 10 years in the making for the Barkandji people at Broken Hill.
My Aurora internship via the Aurora Native Title Internship Program at Chalk & Fitzgerald was an incredibly educational and rewarding experience. I was involved in a range of matters, spanning litigious, commercial and advisory work.
I undertook my Aurora internship via the Aurora Internship Program at Chalk & Fitzgerald in Winter 2014. It is a law firm that specialises in native title law and land claims for Indigenous people.
The Aurora Native Title Internship Program offers internships with a range of different organisations working with native title and indigenous issues. The placement is also available as a self-organised external internship as part of the elective law subject LAWS3308.
For anyone seeking to combine social justice with practical legal experience, this placement is just for you! Over the winter break I undertook a 5-week internship with Chalk & Fitzgerald Lawyers, a respected specialist legal practice in Sydney.
From January – March 2016, I spent 6 weeks interning at Chalk & Fitzgerald Lawyers, a specialist native title firm in Sydney.
The experience and exposure that I received during my Aurora internship at Chalk & Fitzgerald to the legal profession and Indigenous legal issues far exceeded my expectations.
I undertook an Aurora internship with Chalk & Fitzgerald (C&F)in June/July 2016. The internship was a rewarding experience, one that I would highly encourage law students to engage in.
I was one of the lucky participants of the Aurora Internship Program during the summer round in 2016.
I was one of the lucky participants of the Aurora Internship Program during the summer 2016/17 round.