Membership of the Clinical Advisory Board is by invitation of the Dean and is drawn from alumni and distinguished members of the legal profession.
More about the Clinical Advisory Board.
As a clinical law school, the faculty is committed to providing the highest standard of legal education and training. As such, our students have the opportunity to obtain hands on practical experience through our two community legal centres.
The Monash-Oakleigh Legal Service (MOLS) is a partnership between Monash Law School and Victoria Legal Aid.
SMLS is a community organisation providing free, confidential legal advice to all members of the community. Since the emergence of community legal centres in the 1970s, the philosophical basis of SMLS has been the provision of accessible legal assistance and information, community legal education and law reform to disadvantaged members of the community.
The Family Law Assistance Program is a self-help clinical legal service designed to assist people involved in Family Court litigation who do not have legal representation. It is administered by Monash University and funded by the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department.
The program aims to provide information on family law procedure, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution and the impact family breakdown can have on those involved.