Monash life after law school podcast interview

In Episode 6 of the ‘Life After Law’ podcast, Amy from Monash Law interviews Rugare Gomo. Here are the podcast summary notes:

Have you ever felt the odds are stacked against you? You want to follow a path but you fear being rejected or not fitting in? Today you’re going to meet someone who has had a truly remarkable journey. You’ll learn how you can create your own opportunities rather than waiting for them.

Rugare Gomo is a law graduate, Humanitarian, and Life & Business Coach. He heads up the Gomo Foundation which works to provide education and support to young women in Zimbabwe, where Rugare is originally from.

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In a predominantly white corporate landscape, Australia’s legal profession can be a daunting place for those who don’t necessarily fit the preconceived mould. How best, then, can one identify one’s place as a lawyer?


A few years ago, I took on creating the ‘Black Australian Model’ project. Being told you should become a lawyer, engineer or doctor is typical of migrant parents. But some migrants desire to become fashion designers, film makers and directors. So I created this project to inspire migrants to pursue their passion for the creative arts.