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White & Case LLP

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Women at White & Case Mentoring Program

Remote work, NSW, VIC
Women Mentoring Program for pre-penultimate law students.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Start Date
2 Nov 2020

Application dates

Applications Open
1 Oct 2020
Applications Close
19 Oct 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
Yes
Degrees Accepted
L
Commercial Law
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
International Law
Tax Law

The Women at White & Case Mentoring Program encourages students to engage in open discussions with women from White & Case who have worked in the industry and to discuss career aspirations, progression and challenges facing women in the legal profession. The program will provide mentors with the opportunity to share their knowledge and provide advice to their mentees based on their own career experiences.

The mentoring program is open for pre-penultimate female law students studying at any law school in Australia who are ambitious, driven and keen to develop ongoing relationships with their White & Case mentors.

Applications are now open and will close on 19 October 2020 (11:59 AEST). Candidates will be required to complete a short application form to be considered for the program. Submission of CV and transcripts are not required.

Graduate Success Stories


Emma Dobb subject photo
  • Graduate stories
It’s no surprise that lawyers work in a stressful environment and work long hours, however, this is made much easier when you genuinely love the work and it’s engaging as well as working within a great team who are all team players and are supportive.

Emma Dobb

  • Graduate stories
It’s no surprise that lawyers work in a stressful environment and work long hours, however, this is made much easier when you genuinely love the work and it’s engaging as well as working within a great team who are all team players and are supportive.

Emma Dobb

Emma Dobb subject photo
  • Graduate stories
It’s no surprise that lawyers work in a stressful environment and work long hours, however, this is made much easier when you genuinely love the work and it’s engaging as well as working within a great team who are all team players and are supportive.

Emma Dobb

  • Graduate stories
It’s no surprise that lawyers work in a stressful environment and work long hours, however, this is made much easier when you genuinely love the work and it’s engaging as well as working within a great team who are all team players and are supportive.

Emma Dobb