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Clayton Utz Reviews
Reviews by Clayton Utz graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.4GradAustralia surveyed 28 graduates working at Clayton Utz. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 28 responses.
- Learning and Development opportunity, colleagues, social aspects, salary
- Building your network with intelligent, driven and extraordinarily capable people. Having constant support and mentorship. Working alongside other young people, who are experiencing what you are and being able to share that.
- The quality of work and skill of employees
- The people and the variety of work we do.
- The people - everyone is so lovely and so different to one another
- Because of its size and the division of labor, at a low level it can be difficult to have control over your own time and the work you do.
- Hours and the dinners.
- Lack of resourcing
- Work/life balance
- The long hours can be challenging sometimes
What insiders say about…
Graduate work can be dry (but this is to be expected), but there are large deals, projects and disputes that you are involved in. The work can also be interesting and challenging. More senior lawyers acknowledge when they give you something that is monotonous but has to be done.
Corporate policies that promote diversity, flexibility, health. Work hard during the day and socialise after hours.
Has been revamped since I went through. Largely depends on your interviewer how it goes.
Behavioural, past work experience and why you want to work here over other firms.
Know your resume well and know why (you think) you want to work here.
Flexible, can work from home if need to
Competitive with other firms
Corporate AMEX, firm dinners, taxis, social events
Depends on the partner
There are training opportunities almost every day for you to take advantage of. In the graduate program especially there is an intense training program throughout the whole 2 years.
Promotion is somewhat lock-step but merit moves you up more quickly.
Low diversity in partnership (due to path dependence and tenure). Much greater diversity at junior levels.
Community Connect and mandatory pro-bono hours. I have personally been involved in a number of pro-bono matters including through the homeless law clinic.
Fantastic office! Formal dress code, except for casual Fridays
Could improve by introducing more recycling initiatives.Join us to bookmark!
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