Terms of Use


Please read these Terms & Conditions carefully before using The College of Law Job Board.
The College of Law reserves the right to modify these Terms & Conditions at any time.

Services Provided

The College of Law provides a service to bring Job Seekers and Employers together. Job Seekers and Employers can register, create profiles/job posts and search for jobs and resumes.

Please note the information regarding the advertising of Work Experience placements below. 

Privacy Policy

Job Seeker personal data will be available to Employers visiting The College of Law Job Board. Personal data includes a name which is mandatory, an email address which is mandatory and a telephone number which is optional.

Personal data provided by the user may be used by The College of Law to notify the user of new jobs. The user can unsubscribe from these notifications at anytime.

The College of Law will not disclose user personal data to any third party. Please see Privacy Policy for full details. 

Website Use

The College of Law Job Board not be used for any of the following purposes:

  1. To contact Job Board users regarding any issue apart from the purpose of recruitment.
  2. To contact Job Board users to offer any services from a 3rd party company.
  3. To post any illegal content.

The user is required to provide truthful information in their profile or job post.

It is prohibited to use any text or images from The College of Law Job Board  for personal or commercial use.

User Information

The College of Law does not hold responsibility for any untruthful and/or inaccurate information included in job posts and profiles.

The College of Law reserves the right to edit or delete any information submitted by the user to the website.


The College of Law will not be responsible for any loss or damage the user may encounter from using the Job Board. 

Cookies Policy

Our website uses cookies.

A cookie is a file containing an identifier (a string of letters and numbers) that is sent by a web server to a web browser and is stored by the browser. The identifier is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.

We use Google Analytics to analyse the use of our website.

Our analytics service provider generates statistical and other information about website use by means of cookies.

You can delete cookies already stored on your computer. Please visit the 'Help' option in your browser menu to learn how to do this. Deleting cookies will have a negative impact on the usability of this website.

Advertising Work Experience Roles

Both vocational work experience placements and voluntary positions may be advertised. Vocational work experience placements may be paid or unpaid. The Legal Services Award 2010 asserts that employers must provide certain work conditions and rates of pay for law graduates. For more information, please go to the Fair Work Ombudsman Awards Index and search the Legal Services Award 2010. For unpaid positions the Fair Work Ombudsman summarises the position as:

"Unpaid work can include work trials, volunteer work, work experience and internships. It also includes a vocational placement as defined under the Fair Work Act 2009. Unpaid work is lawful if it is a genuine work experience, vocational placement or volunteering arrangement.

If the work is not a genuine vocational placement, work experience or volunteer arrangement, the person may be an employee under the Fair Work Act. Under the Fair Work Act, employees are entitled to minimum rates of pay andworkplace conditions provided in the National Employment Standard and any applicable award or agreement."

Employers are advised to consider whether a position offered as an unpaid work experience position is in fact a complying vocational work experience position. Please refer to information on the Fair Work Ombudsman website where you can also download a factsheet.

The College does not recommend or endorse any positions placed on the Jobs Noticeboard or accessed through the Employment Register, nor does it check the position for compliance with the Fair Work Act or any state award legislation or the Work Experience Rules for the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. It is up to the student and the prospective employer to satisfy themselves in this regard.