School of Law

  • Aurora Native Title Internship Program

    The purpose of the Internship Program is to facilitate individual professional development by building career experiences and opportunities in the Native Title and Indigenous sector, and to strengthen the capacity of Indigenous sector organisations by attracting and retaining talented Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Students and graduates from Australian universities of a variety of disciplines may be eligible for the Program.

    For more information and application details please visit the Aurora Project website.

  • The Colin Biggers and Paisley Scholarship

    Value: $1,000

    The purpose of the Scholarship is to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievement, contribution to the community and leadership demonstrated by a first year undergraduate law student upon enrolment to the School of Law, Sydney.

    To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

    a. Demonstrate academic ability through:
    i. An ATAR (Australia Tertiary Admissions Ranking) or equivalent;
    ii. An IB (International Baccalaureate) result;
    iii. A graded pre-tertiary qualification from a RTO (Registered Training Organisation) at Diploma or Advanced Diploma level or higher;
    iv. An academic transcript outlining a GPA (Grade Point Average) received from a previously or partially completed undergraduate degree undertaken within the last five years; and/or
    v. A combination of any of the above.

    (Note that STAT (Special Tertiary Admissions Test) results will not be deemed acceptable as demonstration of high academic performance.)

    b. Demonstrate contribution to the community and community leadership as demonstrated through participation in multiple activities, i.e. leadership or volunteering, which have had a positive impact on the community.

    Applications are now closed.

    For further information, please call the Development Officer on (02) 8204 4393 or email

    Scholarship Conditions

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