Public Interest Litigation in Australia

For any law student passionate about human rights, it is abundantly clear that Australia has not done a satisfactory job of incorporating our international law obligations legislatively. Australia’s constitution features an acknowledgement of a bare few rights, among them the right to freedom of religion [1] and right to trial by jury [2]. In addition,Continue reading “Public Interest Litigation in Australia”

A Student Reflection on the Aurora Internship Program

Author: Lydia Ganci As I approach the end of my degree, questions about what areas of law I intend to practice have begun to circulate. Concerning for my career trajectory, I have struggled to answer this question with any sense of certainty. I know that I want use my legal skills in a way whichContinue reading “A Student Reflection on the Aurora Internship Program”