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Herbert Smith Freehills

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Herbert Smith Freehills Law Graduate Program

Sydney

We have new opportunities to join our Sydney graduate program on an 18 month maximum term contract. 

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job

Application dates

Applications Close
1 Jul 2018

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
L
Law
Legal Studies

Commencing in September, you'll get a great understanding of how we go about meeting the needs of our clients.

Our graduate program is designed to:

  • Prepare you to become an exceptional lawyer
  • Ease the transition from university to work
  • Provide you with a range of legal experience
  • Teach you more than just technical skills

Skills and Responsibilities

  • Completion of law degree or equivalent qualification by September 2018
  • Commitment to delivering excellent client service through understanding the client context, building relationships, and taking a commercial approach
  • Ability to build effective relationships with individuals and groups across the office to support the delivery of outcomes
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic and collaborative work environment
  • Excellent analytical and communication skills

To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia and be able to commence full time employment in September 2018.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills

  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills