b'Can work experience be approved retrospectively?Yes. In fact, this is quite commonespecially in cases where you undertake work experience while completing your law degree. Your work experience must comply with the Work Experience Rulesand you still need to follow Steps 2-6 on the previous page.FeedbackIf you have concerns about the quality of the work experience you are receiving, please let us know at support@collaw.edu.au.The issue may then be canvassed with your Work Experience Supervisor.Where to find work experience You are responsible for finding your own work experience. We helpStudent Employment Registerand support you in a number of ways, these include:The College of Law provides a free service that allows you to post yyadvertising employment vacancies on our Jobs Noticeboard; your rsum on the Jobs Noticeboard so that employers can search yyproviding you with the opportunity to upload your rsum so thatfor candidates who match their criteria.employers can search for available law students and graduates; To post your rsum, create a Job Seeker profile on the Jobs yy networking with industry to source placements; andNoticeboard. Please note that this service is only available to College yy promoting the College and its students to employers. students and graduates.Online Jobs Noticeboard Other places to find work experienceWith more than 70 jobs from around the country at any one time, wePlease see these organisations for work experience opportunities:have more opportunities available for law students than any otherSurvive Lawwebsite in Australia. Beyond LawWe actively source opportunities for our Jobs Noticeboard. WeSocial Justice Opportunitiesadvertise in legal publications encouraging employers to post jobs onPro Bono Australiaour noticeboard. Justice Connect (formerly PILCH)Community Legal CentresThe College of Law 7'