Level 11, 5 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000
Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra, Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Brussels, Dubai, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Jeddah, London, Los Angeles, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris, Port Moresby, Riyadh, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Washington DC
Areas of Practice
Banking & Finance, Capital Markets, Competition and Anti-Trust, Corporate and M&A, Digital Economy, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Financial Regulation, Infrastructure, Intellectual Property, Environment & Planning, Investment Funds, Projects, Real Estate, Restructuring, Insolvency & Special Situations, Tax.
As a firm, we are dynamic, self-reflective and agile. Internationalism is part of the fabric of our organisation. What will this mean to you? More access to intellectually demanding, multi-jurisdictional work. Greater international mobility and secondment opportunities. And the opportunity to collaborate on a daily basis with creative, open-minded and approachable experts around the world.
We are committed to being a sustainable global law firm, having positive impacts for our clients, employees, profession, the environment and the communities in which we are based.
Every year, we offers clerkships to give you an intensive experience of our culture and the kind of work we do. You’ll spend time in two departments, where you’ll work with a supervising partner, a lawyer and a buddy who’ll get you involved in real work. You’ll also attend workshops and department training, as well as get a chance to take part in team social events.
The work undertaken by clerks is varied and depends on the team you are in. Tasks include case law research, drafting legal expertise updates, note-taking during meetings and contract review. You could also be involved in attending court, drafting advice to clients. You can also attend a one week client secondment or accompany a lawyer to a pro bono clinic.
For more details please visit ashurst.com/students
” At Ashurst you have the opportunity to start developing your career from day one. You’ll work alongside industry experts from leading international clients, solving problems, using your creativity and diligence.
Name and contact details of your HR contact person
HR Manager, Graduate Programs
How / when should students apply?
Students need to apply online.
Applications open Tuesday 9 June 2020 and close Sunday 12 July 2020.