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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…
File management, legal research, drafting legal advice, searching for information
Fun, relaxed, social
Understand the company, why they want to work there. Why commercial law. What makes the firm unique, why is that good.
Very flexible - there will always be the occasional need to work long hours. It comes with the job but on average, most of us are out by 6:30
Pay is almost (or level with) the market rate for graduates, remuneration process become opaque after that.
Graduates have offices (in this location), dinner and taxis are free when working late.
Managers are generally also good mentors. Open communication and feedback
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.
There are often events on LGBTI and events. The firm makes a big effort.
High level of pro bono involvement with mandatory hours of pro bono service required per employee. Most employees typically exceed this
Very well resourced and open plans fosters collegiality.
Located in a green building. Promoting paperless office. Recycled stationary area.Join us to bookmark!
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