MERWIDA LAW is looking for a penultimate/final year HD law student who is eager to assist on a small Supreme Court client matter.

The right candidate must be available immediately to assist on a voluntary basis by way of conducting research within the next 24 hours.

Knowledge of the law relating to Wills and Estates, and in particular with respect to the determination of its proper construction and interpretation will be desirable however not necessarily required for a candidate with exceptional research skills.

As part of this volunteering arrangement, a letter of reference will be provided for exceptional work and the candidate may also use Merwida Law as a verbal reference.

Interested candidates should contact Jeanne-Maré van der Merwe at with a succinct covering letter and a CV only (each of not more than 1 page) as a matter of urgency. Closing hour at 2pm Tuesday 28 June 2016.

Note that the research and drafting may be done out of the office and correspondence via email, FaceTime and telephone for convenience sake however must be conducted in STRICTEST CONFIDENCE and the candidate will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement to that effect.

The Supreme Court hearing will be at 9:15am on Thursday, 30 June in Perth

Portia McDonald