Star law graduate looking for a job in Sydney?
Okay, we might not be Sydney’s best-known law firm if you’re a graduate seeking work. But some of those better-known firms are famous for all the wrong reasons. Like assuming otherwise highly intelligent law graduates will work all day, every day – meaning late into the night, most nights, and weekends – without much interaction with a client, or actual legal work experience to show for it.
Law graduates at Pryor Tzannes & Wallis, on the other hand, stay with us on average for 12 years, and say we’re one of the best law firms to work for.
It’s not just because we believe in spending time outside the office with our families and friends. It’s because we offer the brightest law graduates opportunities to experience what it’s really like to do legal work for a client. Not just paralegal research, glorified photocopying, and six-month rotations stuck in an area of law that’s not for you. When you come to work with us, you dive brain-first into all the exciting and diverse work that comes our way, working alongside our team of highly experienced senior lawyers.
Real-life cases. Real clients. Real experience.
We’re Pryor Tzannes & Wallis – the best thing to happen to a law graduate’s career since, well, graduation.
Graham Wilks, Senior Associate
“What do I like best about working at PTW? The variety of litigation, from government disputes, contract disputes, and individual driving offences, to large matters involving Hong Kong arbitrations and disputes with international trading partners.
“You also have a lot of client contact. at large firms you do a lot of the work but you don’t get the client contact. Here you get the personal touch with the client, you get to understand more about their business.”
Elias Kheir, Associate
“I started as a litigation paralegal, then accepted the firm’s offer of a position as a graduate lawyer while I was in my last year at university. I’ve been able to experience broad variety. I haven’t been confined to a specific practice area, which sets it apart from bigger firms. Not knowing what you’re going to work on next is part of the appeal of working at a firm of this size.
“The firm strikes the right balance between work and life. You’re made to feel you’re part of the family and the culture of the firm.”
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