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Job Satisfaction at King & Wood Mallesons
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 85 reviews8.1 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Role includes drafting corporate documents, managing due diligence processes and reviewing documents as part of due diligence enquiries
Drafting contracts, legal research, due diligence, reviewing documents, drafting advice.
Wide range of work.
I get good and interesting tasks, but less autonomy or ability to find new work.
Very early in my position so difficult to say. Have been eased into work and not thrown in the deep end.
I get a variety of work, from research, drafting advice, and assisting with litigious matters.
Junior on large exciting matters.
Always things to do, lots of resources to help you learn, lots of ways you can contribute in the community.
Always involved with junior and senior staff on interesting matters.
The responsibility, involvement and scope I have had on some files is about as good as it gets for a graduate / junior anywhere.
Plenty of opportunities to be part of very high profile deals or disputes.
Drafting contracts, writing advices liasing with clients and research.
As a graduate my responsibilities reflect my level of experience.
As a graduate, I am undertaking ongoing training and learning on the job. My main responsibilities so far (after having been in my team for a week) have been to review and amend documents as required.
General clerk work, research, drafting documents, reviewing documents, business development tasks.
My responsibilities are commensurate with my experience to date. I am yet to feel pressured or stressed.
My role includes legal research, reviewing documents.
Predominantly working on traditional real estate transactions (e.g. buying, selling and leasing). Some project finance work and infrastructure projects.
I prepare initial advice or drafting, which is then reviewed by a supervisor.
As a graduate, some tasks are more administrative in nature but others can be very hands on.