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Ashurst

4.5
  • #5 in Law
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

2021/22 Seasonal Clerkship - Sydney

Sydney
We are accepting applications for our 2021/22 Seasonal Clerkships in our Sydney office until 14 July 2021 (AEST 11:59).

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Clerkship

Application dates

Applications Open
8 Jun 2021
Applications Close
14 Jul 2021

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
L
Law

Ashurst Seasonal Clerkships:

The aim of our seasonal clerkships are to expose you to as much real work as possible and to help you to make an informed decision about whether Ashurst is the right firm for you.

For that reason, we'll allocate you a supervisor who can explain their work to you, include you in meetings and conference calls and give you tasks to tackle. You will also have a buddy who will help you settle in and navigate around the firm. The secret to a good clerkship is to absorb everything while you spend time in two practice areas.

There's also a chance to get involved in understanding other practice areas through workshops, team-building events to understand how we work together and social events to get to know our teams away from the bustle of daily life.

For a full job description please see the link under 'Additional Documents' below.

Applications:

We are accepting applications for our 2021/22 Seasonal Clerkships in our Sydney office until 14 July 2021 (AEST 11:59).

Students must be in their penultimate or final year to be eligible. You also need to have Australian citizenship or be a permanent resident at the time of application.

Please click on the "apply" button to submit an application, which should include a covering letter, addressed to Jo Dean, HR Manager, Graduate Programs, your CV and recent academic transcript. Applications submitted via email or post will not be considered.

Please contact Jo Dean if you require any adjustments to the online application process due to a disability or long-term health condition by emailing Graduate.Programs@ashurst.com

For technical queries, please email support@cvmail.net

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
Ashurst seems to attract really fantastic people who make coming to work enjoyable. I most enjoy tasks where I am able to collaborate closely with my colleagues.

Claudia Wyer

  • Graduate stories
Ashurst seems to attract really fantastic people who make coming to work enjoyable. I most enjoy tasks where I am able to collaborate closely with my colleagues.

Claudia Wyer

  • Graduate stories
The work of an IP lawyer can be incredibly varied, which to a large extent reflects the nature and value of the IP rights involved. 

Ivy Keane

  • Graduate stories
The work of an IP lawyer can be incredibly varied, which to a large extent reflects the nature and value of the IP rights involved. 

Ivy Keane

  • Graduate stories
Ashurst seems to attract really fantastic people who make coming to work enjoyable. I most enjoy tasks where I am able to collaborate closely with my colleagues.

Claudia Wyer

  • Graduate stories
Ashurst seems to attract really fantastic people who make coming to work enjoyable. I most enjoy tasks where I am able to collaborate closely with my colleagues.

Claudia Wyer

  • Graduate stories
The work of an IP lawyer can be incredibly varied, which to a large extent reflects the nature and value of the IP rights involved. 

Ivy Keane

  • Graduate stories
The work of an IP lawyer can be incredibly varied, which to a large extent reflects the nature and value of the IP rights involved. 

Ivy Keane


Related Courses


Professional Certificate

Entry Requirements

You can start your Practical Legal Training if you have completed all Priestley 11 core subjects of your law degree – with no more than two electives remaining. 

To start your Practical Legal Training before completing your law degree, you will need to seek approval from the admitting authority in your state.

Duration
15 weeks full-time