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Training & Personal Development at Allens
- Average rating for Training, based on 28 reviews9.6 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
We have training at leats 3 times a week on different areas of the law, business development and administration (e.g. grammar, IT training). The training is comprehensive and very useful.
Entry level, Melbourne
Extremely good training - as far as I am aware is market leading. Within the corporate group I have up to 6 hours of specialised training a week as well as at least another 4 hours of general training seminars that the entire graduate group attends.
The training program is very thorough, there is graduate induction, year long graduate training, practice group training and Allens business school (which is not law specific but more relevant to the commercial aspects of our clients' businesses)
Entry level, Sydney
There are many training programs at all levels within the firm and I have learned a lot about different areas of corporate law that I haven't worked in yet.
Exceptional training program, including three week induction, weekly core skills training for the first graduate year, in addition to other ad hoc firm-wide training sessions.
Possibly too much training - the three week induction programme is hard going
Tonnes of training - including about the firm in general when you first start, and consistent legal training throughout the year.
Excellent provision of inhouse training in addition to paying for my diploma of legal practice.
The training is genuinely terrific. I feel like I am learning many valuable skills that will be with me throughout my career.
There is training for each practice group of the firm, as well as firm wide training on new initiatives, interesting developments in the law as well as external training on matters that could assist us. This extends my current awareness but also assists my practical skills in my practice but also in areas outside my practice such reading financial statements.
Entry level, Melbourne
Intensive graduate induction training - provides training on nearly all areas in the company follows with 1 lunchtime training session each week on core legal skills
Weekly sessions on different aspects of the company's business, learnt practical skills to apply on the job