Paralegal Jobs

paralegal - australian federal police

The AFP is implementing a casual workforce Paralegal Program aimed at second year and beyond law students. Law students entering the AFP casual workforce Paralegal Program will gain experience working in a government legal practice which manages complex and sensitive law enforcement, national security and civil litigation matters. It will be an excellent development opportunity for students as they will be exposed to a variety of work across different areas of law while building on skills gained through their studies.

The AFP provides a flexible work environment which will enable the successful candidates to adapt working hours to fit in with their studies.

The AFP has two legal teams with lawyers located across Australia, including in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane. The work undertaken by the legal teams, like that of the AFP, is rewarding and very challenging and contributes significantly to the work of the AFP and our officers located in some 40 countries.

The legal teams have very strong professional oversight and development programs, and our lawyers are typically sourced from leading national firms, the Attorney-General’s department and the Offices of Commonwealth and State Prosecutors. One team undertakes proceeds of crime litigation (civil in nature), with litigators appearing as solicitors on the record, while the other team provides legal services in relation to national security, police operations, privacy, Freedom of Information, commercial and employment law.

For more information on the role and how to apply, please consult this document.


Norton Rose Fulbright Australia’s Litigation team in Sydney are looking for several Paralegals to support a large scale, high profile class action matter from 1 – 31 July 2019.

Ideally, you will have prior document review experience and be available a minimum of four days per week.


·         Reviewing documentation on Relativity

·         Work with a small team of Paralegals and a Special Counsel

·         Identify vital information as outlined by your supervisor


·         Currently in your second year of law or above, preferably with exposure to discovery and document review tasks

·         Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines

·         Excellent attention to detail

·         Self-motivated and proactive attitude

Please submit your application online prior to Thursday, 20 June 2019 by following this link.


IAG is seeking a JD or combined law (minimum third year) student to work as a paralegal, commencing as soon as possible. For more information on the role, please consult this document.

To apply, please forward your CV, academic transcript and a brief cover letter, including contact details and any restrictions regarding interview dates/times, addressed to: Applications will close at 4pm on 14 June 2019.

benjamin & khoury

Benjamin & Khoury is seeking a paralegal to work full time during university holidays and part-time while university is in session.

The Role

You will be working closely with the Principal who has been practicing and specialising in litigation for over 45 years, and liaising with clients as well as Sydney’s top Barristers. You will also be assisting the support staff with paralegal and support tasks.
Handling a range of matters across jurisdictions in particular contractual, corporate, real property, and fiduciary and estate disputes, your clients will vary from individuals, corporations, not-for-profits, small and medium business. 

Skills and Experience 

Your skills and experience are valued in:

  • Organisational, time management and reporting skills

  • High attention to detail.

  • High level of written skills.

  • Strategic acumen and commercial intuition, as well as the ability to adapt to changing circumstances.

  • An understanding of the litigation process, Civil Procedure Rules and the laws of Evidence.

  • Willingness to learn

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Jean Paul Khoury at