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Speculate is a new digital forum for legal students throughout Victoria who wish to contribute short blogs expressing their views about the law in society.
Each fortnight, our editorial committee of young lawyers will select what they regard to be the best blog entry for publication and promotion on our legal website.
The author of the selected blog will receive a payment of $250.
Your blog should be opinionated, reform-minded, and written in plain English.
We would only ask that your select a topic that falls broadly within our areas of expertise which are: workplace injury and rights, industrial and employment law, institutional and sexual abuse, road injury rights, and relationship or family law.
For more than 40 years, our firm has been strong advocate for the legal and industrial rights of working people. As part of our commitment to social justice, we aim to keep people informed of developments in the law and policy issues that may affect their daily lives. We hope that your blogs will help us shed light on areas of interest to the broader community.
We wish to encourage the next generation of lawyers to air their views on areas of the law that matter. Our blog site will offer a welcoming environment in which can students share their ideas and explore their interests on topics that may not be readily discussed in a university environment.
You will also gain valuable blogging experience for a reputable Victorian law firm.
We look forward to reading your submissions.
For further information on Speculate, including advice on topic selection, editorial guidelines and payment, visit...
Submit your blog here: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have selected broad areas of the law from which you can choose your own topic to write.
These represent areas of expertise within our own firm.
We only ask that you express your own views, that they be informed, and hopefully topical.
Here are some subject areas with examples of matching topics. But we encourage you to choose your own.
Relationship and family law
Transport accident law
Industrial law - the Fair Work Act
If you'd like to make an enquiry about a legal matter, talk about a career at RCT, or perhaps have a suggestion on how we can improve our service or even our website, we'd like to hear from you.
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