Students

The Centre provides RMIT law, social work & financial counselling students with practical exposure to the delivery of multidisciplinary legal services, processes of law reform and an understanding of the social context of the law, equipping them to use their legal and social work training to advocate for and achieve change.

Dear Students,

The CIJ and RMIT are taking precautionary measures in response to the fast evolving COVID-19 pandemic. The decision has been made that all student activities coordinated by CIJ will be suspended for the time being. At this stage there is no clear timeline when this may occur, we hope at best they will resume by the end of the year.

Although this may be disappointing, the aim of the response is to limit students and the community’s exposure to the virus, and ensure that peoples health and safety are prioritised.

Further, if you are seeking support during this time, please refer to the available services:

Health and wellbeing

Thank you again for your understanding. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like further information or have any questions.

– Mi-Lin Chen Yi Mei, Student Program Coordinator, mi-lin.chen.yi.mei@rmit.edu.au

 

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