Do you see a different future for yourself in law?
The world is being disrupted and market demands are changing. The next generation of our graduates will transform the future of legal services – we can give you the skills you need to do it well.
Joining the Legal Operations Graduate program, you will lead change and disruption. We will equip you to change the future of legal practice, to question the status quo, to bring the knowledge from your law degree together with your alternate degree to revolutionise the profession.
What you can expect:
Our Legal Operations group is primarily focused on executing MinterEllison's digital transformation strategy within the firm. The strategy encompasses four key pillars – deliver improvements and innovations that optimise our operations, engage our clients, transform our products and services, and empower our staff.
By joining Legal Operations you will be joining an Award Winning team that's led:
As a Legal Operations Graduate, you will work under the guidance of our broader Legal Operations team and will spend time embedded in our centre of excellence teams where they will hone your skills in legal project management, process analysis, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies. You will then work directly with our legal teams to help deliver innovative and effective outcomes for MinterEllison clients.
We are not looking for people to fit a certain mold, however, you will possess transferrable knowledge gained through your graduate degrees, work experience, and extracurricular activities.
You will have a combined undergraduate degree in law and another discipline (for example Information Technology, Commerce, or Business) with strong academic results.
Join us for a discussion to hear from a panel of representatives within our Legal Operations group as they share valuable insights of work in this area, and our Graduate career offering in this area. Registration for this session is essential and can be booked on the advert on our careers page.
To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia and be in your final year or have recently graduated from a combined undergraduate degree in law and another discipline.