Master of Laws for The Pursuit of Justice
In partnership with international law firm Lipman Karas, the University of Adelaide Master of Laws Access to Justice is the first of its kind in Australia; a Masters qualification that gives you the opportunity to give back to the community and contribute to greater social justice while you study.
With a commitment to increasing access to the justice system, Lipman Karas has established a ‘low-bono’ legal practice called The Accessible Justice Project.
The legal practice has been created to provide affordable legal advice to members of the community who don’t qualify for publicly funded legal assistance, but can’t afford the ongoing costs of a private lawyer; a group often under-supported in our justice system.
Ready to make a change?
Register for more information on the Master of Laws (LLM) ‘Accessible Justice Project' now.
Contribute to the innovation of the legal system
Working with The Accessible Justice Project, you’ll contribute to the ongoing improvement of our legal system through your research into innovative ways to increase access to justice helping people receive fair and just legal representation.
Access a paid internship opportunity
Earn while you study with a paid internship practising at The Accessible Justice Project. Get real-world, practical experience that will give you an edge as you pursue your legal career.
Giving back gives you more
Develop yourself professionally and personally: gain real-world, practical experience and mentorship while making a real impact in the lives of people in our community who need your help the most.
Expression of interest
Please fill in the expression of interest form below for more information on the program and application process.
Webinar information session
Lipman Karas and the Adelaide Law School conducted a Webinar Q&A session for The Accessible Justice Project and the Masters of Laws program. Partners from Lipman Karas and leading Law School staff talk about this exciting new project.
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