- Search Graduate Jobs
- Browse Employers
- Accounting and advisory
- Environment and agriculture
- Banking and financial services
- Government and public services
- Charity, social work and volunteering
- Construction and property services
- Human resources
- IT and communications
- Creative arts and culture
- Education and training
- Mining, oil and gas
- Energy and utilities
- Retail and consumer goods
- Engineering, R&D and manufacturing
- Transport and logistics
- Entertainment, travel and hospitality
- Top 100
- Further Study
- Log in
- Sign up
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…
Legal research, legal drafting
Friendly, supportive and enthusiastic. Always willing to help out. Great socially as well
Online application, interview with HR, interview with partners.
Describe a time when something didn't work well in the workplace and what did you do - I thought this was an excellent question!
The company is fairly flexible with hours, as long as you are getting the work done and to a high standard. They don't believe in "face time". In particular teams the hours can be very long and involve work the odd weekend, however you are ever the only person in the office and it can be quite enjoyable.
Competitive with other firms
Corporate AMEX, firm dinners, taxis, social events
They are very accessible and trying to make themselves more so all the time.
Excellent library, research, and general legal training. Skills acquired include practical legal skills, research skills, communication skills, etc...
Progression and pay progression at junior levels is based on time only
Big focus on LGBTIQ, gender equality and flexible working arrangements - this is a large positive.Join us to bookmark!
You'll be able to save searches and much more if you register for free today!Why Sign Up?Personalised alertsGet instant notification about Australia's top graduate jobs and internships openings.Latest insightsWe’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest articles and insights to help you succeed in your graduate job hunt.Your own applications dashboardKeep track of all your job applications in one place.Join us to bookmark!
You'll be able to save searches and much more if you register for free today!Why Sign Up?Personalised alertsGet instant notification about Australia's top graduate jobs and internships openings.Latest insightsWe’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest articles and insights to help you succeed in your graduate job hunt.Your own applications dashboardKeep track of all your job applications in one place.People also viewed...At Corrs, we provide opportunities for outstanding graduates to become exceptional lawyers.