b'Suggested workDoes work experience experience activities have to be paid?While the opportunities a work experience placement might provideNot necessarily. To quote the Fair Work Ombudsman:will vary depending on the type of organisation, here are someUnpaid work can include work trials, examples of the type of activities students should experience, both hands-on and by observation.volunteer work, work experience and It is not necessary that the placement addresses all of theseinternships. It also includes a vocational activities, merely the majority. placement as defined under the Fair Work Act yMeeting, communicating and interacting with clients;2009. Unpaid work is lawful if it is a genuine yFile management - managing critical dates and deadlines,work experience, vocational placement or timetabling and schedules; volunteering arrangement.yInteracting with other legal service providers such as solicitors in other organisations, barristers, expert witnesses, courts and other justice sector administration; Work experience undertaken as part of College PLT is a vocational yManagement processes for client work and risk management placement and as such can be unpaid. e.g. conflict checks and costs disclosure; You are advised to consider whether your unpaid work experience yLegal research and legal factual analysis;position is in fact a complying vocational work experience yConsidering professional responsibility issues; position. For more information, please refer to the Fair Work Ombudsman website. yDrafting correspondence and legal documents;yFinancial and accounting systems, budgets; andyAdministrative activities which support the delivery oflegal services. The College of Law 5'