2011/12 Vacation Clerkship Program - Sydney
Your Passion. Your Career. Our Firm.
Minter Ellison is currently recruiting for our 2011/2012 Summer Clerkship Program in Sydney.
Operating out of 14 locations worldwide, Minter Ellison is an international law firm with a strong Asia Pacific focus that delivers seamless cross-border service, technical excellence, and commercial, practical and results-oriented legal advice. Our clients are household names and include a broad range of private and public companies, local businesses, international corporations, and departments and agencies at every level of government. We aspire to deliver superior outcomes for our clients and inspire our people to achieve their full potential.
A summer clerkship with Minter Ellison is a fantastic way to start your legal career with one of the largest law firms in the Asia Pacific. You will work closely with partners and lawyers on active matters, meet deadlines and produce quality work.
What we offer
Real life work experience
A comprehensive orientation program
A variety of challenging work for interesting clients
An opportunity to develop your legal and commercial skills within our strong learning culture
A great balance between top tier work and community atmosphere
Support and guidance from our lawyers and partners
Being part of a cohesive and high performing group of clerks who are as driven as you
A fantastic mix of real life legal learning and interactive social activities
What you need
Minter Ellison is a vibrant place to work and one of the distinguishing characteristics of our firm is the quality of our people. We are seeking talented, motivated and enthusiastic people who strive for excellence in everything that they do.
We look for potential - the rest is up to you.
If you are interested in exploring a career with Minter Ellison, please submit your details by clicking on the "Apply" button.
Applications close Friday, 22 July 2011.
Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.