LawLink Programme

The Lawlink Programme was established by the Queensland Law Society in 2003 and aims to bridge the cultural divide between Indigenous law students and the legal profession.

Students gain insight into the profession through formal and informal meetings and site visits to law firms, barristers' chambers, community legal centres and various courts. While at the same time, members of the profession have the benefit of experiencing student led discussions and presentations at participating law firms. 

Check the QLS upcoming events page for details on the next LawLink event.

LawLink 2020 Art Competition winners

Following the announcement of our LawLink 2020 art competition, we are pleased to showcase the winners’ paintings and stories:

  • Winner
    Bethany Allen
    LLB/BA GDLP (Bond University)
    View her artwork and story
    *Bethany Allen is the original owner of the artwork and story and has licenced the use of the artwork and story to Queensland Law Society pursuant to Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 licence available and the Terms and Conditions.

  • First Runner Up
    Kiri Fabila
    Studying Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (QUT)
    View her artwork and story
    **Kiri Fabila is the original owner of the artwork and story and has licenced the use of the artwork and story to Queensland Law Society pursuant to Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 licence available and the Terms and Conditions.

View competition details and full Terms and Conditions here.