Marque Lawyers Clerkship
Marque is offering 2 x 6 week paid clerkships – applications close on Friday 11 May 2018.
For information on the clerkships, see here.
Allens Sydney Indigenous Internship program
Are you a promising Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander law student?
Are you looking for opportunities to experience life at a commercial firm expand your networks and gain some practical training? If so, we’d love to hear from you.
Allens is a leading international law firm with partners, lawyers and corporate services employees across Asia and Australia. The firm offers legal internships to Indigenous law students in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Our two-week internship program provides an opportunity to find out more about working in a commercial legal environment, and how we can help you get there. This is a paid internship.
Applications are open until 5pm on Friday, 4 May. 2nd year or above law students who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander are eligible to apply.
Submit your cover letter, resume and academic transcript online at www.allenscareers.linklaters.com/early-careers/your-application
Graduate at Department of Veterans' Affairs
Are you in the final year of your degree?
Are you innovative, flexible, and motivated to work in a challenging and rewarding team environment?
Then we want to hear from you!
The 2019 Graduate Development Program at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs is now taking applications!
To read more about the program or apply, please visit https://www.dva.gov.au/about-dva/jobs/graduate-program or email the Grad Team @ Graduate@dva.gov.au.
An exceptional opportunity exists for a dynamic and focused Graduate. You will work across the firm’s various disciplines including Property & Projects, Litigation & Insolvency and Corporate & Commercial, which will provide you with quality work, variety and legal exposure. Working directly with friendly and experienced Partners and senior practitioners you will be exposed to excellent mentoring and training - a fantastic opportunity for the career focused lawyer.
In return you will deliver a proactive business service to your clients, producing quality, accurate legal work in a timely manner. This is a genuine opportunity to develop and enhance your technical skills in a supportive environment.
Please see job advertisement attached. For further information see http://www.clarkekann.com.au/career-opportunities/graduate-lawyer-sydney
Applications are due Friday 20th April. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 02 8235 1236.
Grad role at woolworths
Looking for a grad role in law? Woolworths group are currently looking for law graduates for their 2019 intake.
The in-house Legal team supports every part of the Woolworths business across diverse areas of expertise including Corporate and Commercial, Property, IP, Competition and Regulatory Matters, Public Liability, M&A, and Employment law.
Woolworths are also entering into an exciting association with Ashurst, a leading international law firm. Through this association, they will provide opportunities for reverse secondments and participation for graduates.
More information can be found about the role at grads.woolworths.com.au.
Applications close 28th March 2018.
stepping into paid internships
Stepping Into is a paid internship program designed specifically for students with disability. Students benefit significantly through gaining experience of the job application and interview process, developing a network of contacts within a professional organisation, gaining valuable paid work experience which they can include on their resumes, and having the opportunity to showcase their skills and knowledge. Previous placements have been with organisations such as Commonwealth Bank Australia, BHP Billiton, PwC, Department of Agriculture and Department of Education. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Open to people with all disability types (including mental health conditions, intellectual disabilities and sensory impairments). Applicants must be in their final or penultimate year of a relevant degree, and should be registered with Disability Services at their university.