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Office & Workplace at Allens
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 28 reviews9.6 / 10
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Offices are large and bright. The kitchens are stocked with tea and biscuits, coffee machines and nespresso machines. Three days a week there is fresh fruit. The dress code is formal work attire with the occasional casual Friday.
Entry level, Melbourne
Extremely good offices at 101 Collins Street. Amazing art gallery collection and very modern office space. Known as having the best offices of any law firm
Centre of the CBD, the office is great and most lawyers have their own office. The dress code differs from department to department, you are expected to be very corporate for meetings etc. but on other days be more relaxed. We do not do casual Friday.
Entry level, Sydney
The location and facilities are excellent, particularly the main reception area and the views from many of the offices. The dress code is corporate but not too conservative.
Very impressive building, nice open spaces and nice offices. Dress code is business and everyone dresses professionally.
Great offices. Relaxed dress code (as far as possible for a law firm - i.e. ties are optional for men).
Top quality facilities. We want for nothing at work. Dress code is a range of smart casual to business attire.
Great location. We still have offices and not open plan which is great. Dress code is corporate but you don't have to wear a tie which is great.
Office is incredible. Facilities and furnishings are fantastic. Dress code varies around the practice groups. In my group it is very relaxed compared to other corporate environments: no ties; generally casual on Fridays. Everyone is still generally very well groomed.
The offices are probably the nicest I've ever seen for a law firm. Generally, there are two graduates per shared office, and the space is very generous. The dress code is "business", but "relaxed" - which means suit and tie, except when you're not dealing with the public, when the coat and tie become optional.
Very clean, modern and pleasant to work in. Dress code is corporate but generally more relaxed for women