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When:
2 August, 2016

Location:
Manning Clark Lecture Theatre 4

Organised by:
ANU International Law Society


Are you interested in practicing abroad? Come along to MCC T4 from 6.30-7.30pm on Tuesday August 2nd to hear from later year students speaking about their experiences interning in international law firms! This event will be comprised of a panel and subsequently focus on a Q&A session so you have the opportunity to ask your specific questions.

Our panellists include Georgia Clare and Camilla Pondel.

Georgia Clare is a final year LLB (Hons)/Bachelor of Psychology student at ANU. She is currently a Student Ambassador and the ANUSA Disputes Committee Co-Chair. Georgia has interned for Simpson Grierson in Auckland, New Zealand and at the Centre for Criminal Appeals in the UK. Recently, she has worked as a Law Clerk at Bradley Allen Love Lawyers and she completed a Law Exchange at The University of Alamaba School of Law on U.S. Law and Comparative Gender Law over the Summer. She also went on exchange to the University of British Columbia.

Camilla Pondel is a final year LLB/Bachelor of Music student at ANU. She is currently a Law Clerk at Maliganis Edwards Johnson Barristers and Solicitors, a Student Editor at Federal Law Review and a PAL Law Tutor. She has completed legal internships at Dacheng Law Offices in Shangai, China, the Department of Parliamentary Services in Canberra and she was a Vacation Clerk at Herbet Smith Freehills last summer. She also went to Maastricht University to study International Environmental Law on Exchange.

We are excited to hear some insights into Georgia and Camilla’s interning experiences and some tips they have for students interested in similar experiences!

This event is open to all students.
FREE SUSHI will be provided.