A seasonal clerkship at Hunt & Hunt lets you explore a broad spectrum of legal work before you decide on your area of specialisation.
Hunt & Hunt offers clerkship positions in its Melbourne office. Applications for the Hunt & Hunt 2013/14 program will follow the 2013 Law Institute of Victoria Seasonal Clerkship Guidelines.
At this time we do not offer clerkships in our other offices.
WHY CHOOSE HUNT & HUNT?
A clerkship at Hunt & Hunt gives you a head start in your legal career. Over four weeks, you'll work with senior lawyers on relevant, diverse matters across a range of industry sectors, in a supportive and close-knit environment. Most importantly, you'll get direct access to partners who are leaders in their field.
Our review process for clerks ensures you have a relevant and varied experience, receive regular feedback, support and training to help you develop your skills and career.
GET SET FOR SUCCESS
Our seasonal clerkship program is designed to help you acquire the skills and knowledge TO become a confident graduate. Our graduate program is recruited exclusively out of our pool of seasonal clerks.
We believe that getting you involved in real work helps us get to know each other better and allows you to decide if Hunt & Hunt is the right firm for you.
WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR
We're looking for smart, energetic, motivated and socially intelligent students in their penultimate year of study. We also accept applications from final year students. If you have a strong work ethic, solid academic record and varied interests outside academic life, we'd love to hear from you.
|2014/15 CLERKSHIP APPLICATION DATES
||9am, Monday 14 July 2014
||11.59pm, Sunday 10 August 2014
||Monday 8 September 2014
||From 10am, Tuesday 7 October 2014
|2014/15 CLERKSHIP DATES
|Summer (four weeks)
|Winter (four weeks)
Our clerkship recruitment follows the LIV Guidelines
Our seasonal clerkship program for 2013/14 is now fully committed.
HOW TO APPLY
Please email your application, including a copy of your academic transcript, CV and covering letter, to Marnie Harper.