Te Kuhunga consists of the following components:
School visits: MC lawyers visit schools to talk about day-to-day life as a lawyer and what it’s like to study law.
Office visits: Students visit MC to discuss their aspirations and plans with partners and lawyers, and participate in discussions about a topical legal issue.
University open days: Held at AUT and University of Auckland Law Schools, students attend lectures and tutorials and are invited to participate in a moot (a court-style debate).
Scholarships: Scholarship recipients are each awarded $8000. Successful recipients will be enrolled in Part One law courses and would otherwise experience significant financial hardship studying at University.
University mentoring: Scholarship students are matched with an MC mentor in their first year of study, receiving one-on-one support and group study sessions. Work experience days are also available to students, when they can shadow their mentor at work and in court.
For more information about Te Kuhunga, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.