Creating a meaningful career is important, but so is creating yourself. With us, you'll have the opportunity to grow, learn new skills and do work that matters. We'll help you create the career you want, where you can confidently tap into your passions and do more with your degree.
We're leading the transformation of legal services and reimagining the impact they can create. It's why we've built a dynamic and values-driven legal team who share in a purpose to build trust in society and solve important problems.
Our team brings together global, top-tier and best-practice leadership, expertise and experience. Comprising of 120 lawyers and 30 Legal Partners, 67% of our Legal Partners were recognised in the AFR's Best Lawyers 2019.
As lawyers and creative thinkers, we deliver integrated solutions to our clients that make an impact. Innovating the future of legal services, we're also the fastest-growing legal practice in the Asia-Pacific region and have a global network of 3,500 lawyers across 97 countries.
Our practice revolves around five key pillars:
As a clerk, you'll gain valuable real-life experience and insights through a program that was awarded the AFR's Most Popular Legal Clerkship. You'll have the opportunity to work closely with our lawyers on client engagements, conduct legal research, prepare alerts and updates on legal developments, draft legal documents and legal advice, attend networking events and participate in social impact projects and potentially pro bono work.
As a Law student in your penultimate or final year of study, you're looking for the ideal opportunity to apply what you are learning in the real world. A problem solver and creative thinker, you embrace technology and the disruption it brings, and thrive in an environment that's ever-evolving. You're ready to build your skills and gain invaluable experience that will see you create meaningful change through legal and drive your future career, today.
Our recruitment process for this vacancy will follow the timeline below:
Please note that we follow the NSW Law Society timelines.