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Gilbert + Tobin

4.3
  • 500 - 1,000 employees

Gilbert + Tobin 2018 Perth Seasonal Clerkship Program

Perth

Our Perth program runs for either three weeks in summer or two weeks in winter, providing a placement in Corporate Advisory, Energy + Resources or Litigation.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job

Application dates

Applications Open
16 Jul 2018
Applications Close
5 Aug 2018

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
L
Law
Legal Studies

Be part of the momentum.

A Gilbert + Tobin clerkship is both positive and challenging. You'll work directly with partners and lawyers who will assist with your professional development and challenge you intellectually. While your main focus will be corporate work, everyone at G+T has the opportunity to assist on pro bono matters and participate in firm-wide activities. You will develop invaluable skills and knowledge and gain first-hand experience of our various practice groups.

Our Perth program runs for either three weeks in summer or two weeks in winter, providing a placement in Corporate Advisory, Energy + Resources or Litigation. 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.

Applications for 2018–19 clerkships in our Perth office are open from Monday 16 July to Sunday 5 August 2018.

For more information about applying for a clerkship or for program dates please visit gtlaw.com.au or contact Aileen Ferguson on 08 9413 8512 or at aferguson@gtlaw.com.au. 
 

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