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Gilbert + Tobin

4.3
  • 500 - 1,000 employees

2021 Seasonal Clerk Program - Melbourne

Melbourne CBD
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Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Internship
Salary
Internship
Start Date
30 Nov 2021

Application dates

Applications Open
6 Jul 2021
Applications Close
16 Aug 2021

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
L
Commercial Law
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
International Law
Tax Law

Our Melbourne programs run for four weeks in either winter or summer, providing a placement across Banking + Infrastructure, Competition + Regulation, Corporate Advisory, Disputes + Investigations and Technology + Digital.

Each clerk is assigned a supervising partner, mentor and buddy to assist with on-the-job training. Participating in our customised in-house training will build your confidence and help you understand the mechanics of legal practice. You'll have the chance to jump right in and immerse yourself in a leading corporate law practice. And we'll encourage you to contribute ideas and your own fresh perspective.

The G+T clerkship experience is open to students in their penultimate year of study. We're not a prescriptive firm when it comes to our people; we invite individuality and diversity. We also hold ambition, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit in high regard. Our people are collaborative, passionate and dedicated – but most of all they enjoy what they do and never forget to have fun. We seek clerks and graduates who will complement our practice groups and don't feel the need to take themselves too seriously.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
I would definitely recommend students have interests and passions outside of their career. The best and most successful lawyers in my opinion are people who are well-rounded, perceptive, interesting and diverse.

David Konstantopoulos

  • Graduate stories
I would definitely recommend students have interests and passions outside of their career. The best and most successful lawyers in my opinion are people who are well-rounded, perceptive, interesting and diverse.

David Konstantopoulos

  • Graduate stories
Sure, good grades are somewhat necessary, but being a fully-rounded individual is much more important. Do what makes you happy and research where you would like to be.

Ashlee Christian

  • Graduate stories
Sure, good grades are somewhat necessary, but being a fully-rounded individual is much more important. Do what makes you happy and research where you would like to be.

Ashlee Christian

  • Graduate stories
I would definitely recommend students have interests and passions outside of their career. The best and most successful lawyers in my opinion are people who are well-rounded, perceptive, interesting and diverse.

David Konstantopoulos

  • Graduate stories
I would definitely recommend students have interests and passions outside of their career. The best and most successful lawyers in my opinion are people who are well-rounded, perceptive, interesting and diverse.

David Konstantopoulos

  • Graduate stories
Sure, good grades are somewhat necessary, but being a fully-rounded individual is much more important. Do what makes you happy and research where you would like to be.

Ashlee Christian

  • Graduate stories
Sure, good grades are somewhat necessary, but being a fully-rounded individual is much more important. Do what makes you happy and research where you would like to be.

Ashlee Christian


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