OUR GRADUATE PROGRAM
OUR PITCH TO YOU
CBD Law Firm
Work alongside the Directors
Seriously comfortable chairs
If you have a thirst for knowledge and a passion to find better ways to do things - then you may be our next awesome co-worker!
Ours is a story of growth. We have grown from a firm of just one with no clients, to a firm of eight with 700+ clients in less than five years. We’re still small enough to give that personal care and attention and large enough to do interesting work with some remarkable clients.
WE'RE LOOKING FOR
We’re looking for an awesome co-worker who is ready for a journey of professional growth.
For yourself, you’ll bring questions and a never-ending desire to find better answers. For our clients, you’ll have a relentless drive to deliver exceptional client service and understand that without clients, we do not exist. For our team, you’ll have a passion that inspires others, a make-it-happen spirit, and the ability to multitask like a pro.
Our key dates for 2019 are yet to be released.
Graduate with a law degree before March 2020.
Be able to work-full time in early 2020.
Have an appropriate Australian work visa or be an Australian citizen.
HOW TO APPLY
Here's how to apply:
1. Email your application to email@example.com.
2. Include your CV, cover letter and transcript in PDF format as separate attachments.
You can convert Word documents to PDF with most versions of Word. Use Google to find other ideas if you get stuck. Unofficial transcripts are accepted for applications, official transcripts will be required from successful candidate.
3. Cover letter is to be addressed to Shen Chow (e.g. "Dear Shen", "Hi Shen", "Dear Mr Chow", etc.).
If your application does not meet the above criteria, it will not be considered.
The cover letter is your free kick.
We assume that if you're applying, you're going to be reliable, hard-working and using all the skills you have accumulated. So you don’t have to tell us that.
Instead, use the cover letter as an opportunity to help you stand out from the other applicants. Tell us something that we can't learn from reading your CV, or use it to clarify things in your CV. You can also use it as an opportunity to show your personality, passion for the position, or to narrate your life and work history.