Last Updated on 26/07/2020 by National Justice Project
The National Justice Project has welcomed two new Indigenous trainee lawyers as they continue to expand capacity for First Nations communities to seek justice.
The two new Indigenous trainee lawyers – Lauren Davies and Megan Krakouer – have recently commenced their 12-month traineeship with NJP.
The NJP’s latest recruits have been appointed for one year as part of the NJP First Nations Youth and Health Justice Lawyer Traineeship Program that is designed to begin to address the chronic shortage of Indigenous health and youth justice law practitioners within First Nations communities.
Read the feature about their appointments in Lawyers Weekly here.