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Flood Lawyer - Townsville Community Law

Townsville Community Law is interested  in hearing from community legal centres, private law firms and individuals who may be available for a short-term secondment opportunity. The opportunity will involve legal work arising from Townsville's 2019 monsoonal trough event. Remote work is a possibility. Please contact Aaron Finn, Townsville Community Law Director at for further information.

Communications Coordinator - Community Legal Centres Queensland

Community Legal Centres Queensland is looking for someone who can build on our existing communications strategies and activities. You will work as part of a small, focussed and effective team, to increase the profile and understanding of the work of our organisation and Queensland’s community legal centres. To find out more go here.  Applications close 01/06/20

Solicitor - QIFVLS 

QIFVLS are looking for a passionate, personable and respectful Solicitors with a minimum of 2 years PAE. The successful applicant will have a good understanding in the areas of Family Law, Child Protection and Domestic & Family Violence and victims assistance applications. Ideally the successful candidate lives, or wants to live in one of the following locations Cairns, Mount Isa, Townsville, Rockhampton or Brisbane. 

To find out more download the job advertisement below. Closes 12/06/20. 

Queensland Human Rights Commission - (Re)launching of indigenous Graduate Program

The Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) is re-launching their Indigenous Graduate Program. This was originally launched back in March, but the pandemic intervened and the launch was reluctantly put it on hold. The Commission are now ready to start accepting applications for the 2020 intake.

The program is a first for the Commission and aims to build human rights capability among Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander graduates in Queensland.

There are three positions available: a law graduate position in Brisbane, and two positions for graduates in any discipline (one in Rockhampton, one in Townsville).

Applications are open until Friday 12 June to any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander tertiary graduates who have graduated since 1 January 2018. Successful applicants will start in August for a period of 18 months.

The position descriptions and information on how to apply is available on the QHRC website.

Office of the Public Guardian - current positions available  

Solicitors (Rockhampton & Gladstone) -  Central  Queensland Community Legal Centre

The Central Queensland Community Legal Centre is seeking applicants who are enthusiastic and committed to providing quality legal services to those who are financially and geographically disadvantaged.  The successful applicants will have a good understanding in the areas of Family Law, Civil and Criminal Law. 

To find out more, please download the position information pack below. Closes 10/06/2020.