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Clayton Utz

4.2
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Job Satisfaction at Clayton Utz

8
8 rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 36 reviews
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Day to day role includes drafting legal advice, corresponding with clients, conducting legal research, attending and assisting at meetings and hearings.
Graduate, Canberra
I currently work on a few different matters which are all very interesting. I'm supported by senior lawyers who delegate tasks to me to work on including legal research, preparing and drafting documents and document review.
Graduate, Melbourne
Day to day activities include preparing migration advices, preparing briefs to counsel, preparing many emails to be sent to the Department of Home Affairs, clients and barristers, doing document review for litigation.
Graduate, Melbourne
I assist more senior lawyers with tasks they need help with. The tasks I receive are very diverse. Sometimes I'm involved with drafting court documents, sometimes I work on research tasks, and other times the tasks are more administrative.
Graduate, Sydney
As a junior I am given a good level of both responsibility and guidance. I don't generate much work for myself but can rely on seniors in the team getting in touch each day with varied, interesting work for me to assist with. Usually involves drafting, research and matter management
Graduate, Brisbane
My day-to-day responsibilities include: - Attending meetings - Researching points of law, and preparing a memo/email to explain my findings - Drafting correspondence on behalf of the senior lawyers (e.g. letters and emails) - Assisting with discovery (i.e. reviewing documents)
Graduate, Melbourne
My day-to-day responsibilities change from day-to-day. Often my role involves drafting documents such as affidavits, correspondence with clients and first takes at pleadings. I also get a chance to take greater responsibility over pro-bono matters. My work is very much dependent on what the more senior lawyers and partners have to be done. Sometimes these tasks can be more of an administrative nature, or could include document review for disclosure and discovery.
Graduate, Brisbane
As a graduate I assist the broader team across a range of litigious measures, manage pro bono matters under the supervision of a more senior partner, contribute to the firms knowledge management database, assist with clerks.
Graduate, Sydney
As a graduate lawyer I mostly do legal research on case law and legislation, and I draft research memos. I draft indexes and collate documents. Occasionally there is document review/discovery.
Graduate, Sydney
General graduate duties - legal research and document drafting - pro bono matters - assisting in strategy and planning - participating in business development and knowledge management
Graduate, Brisbane
As a junior, I have been involved in a variety of matters and taken part in drafting documents, emails to clients, analysing evidence and sitting in client meetings. However, this does fluctuate with the level of work at the time.
Graduate, Sydney