Information For Students
The Constitutional Reform Unit will offer one or two internships per semester to Sydney Law School students. An intern must be available to work one day per week for the duration of one semester. The intern will be involved in the full range of the Unit’s activities, including research, organizing events, drafting submissions to parliamentary committees, and the like. Interns will report to the Unit’s Director or Deputy Director, as advised. Please note that internship positions are unpaid.
Applicants must have a strong overall academic record and excellent writing skills. They must also have completed the units of study ‘Public Law’ and ‘Federal Constitutional Law’. Preference may be given to applicants with a demonstrated interest in public law, constitutional law or comparative constitutional law. Preference may also be given to students towards the end of their degree who will not have the opportunity to apply to be interns in the future.
Applications, with full curriculum vitae and academic record, may be sent by email to the Unit Director, Anne Twomey
From time to time, as research money becomes available, the Constitutional Reform Unit may be able to employ research assistants. Students may register their interest by email to the Constitutional Reform Unit Director, Anne Twomey
Semester 2, 2012
Semester 2, 2011
John Kit Lee
Semester 1, 2012