At Arnold Bloch Leibler, our solutions-focussed approach to client outcomes shapes our unique workplace culture. People at all levels of the business are encouraged and empowered to get involved in projects and initiatives that speak to their interests and allow them to develop a career path in which they can thrive.
Whether you are an experienced lawyer, a recent graduate, or a motivated individual looking for their next move in one of our corporate services teams, Arnold Bloch Leibler provides meaningful professional development, interesting projects and generous benefits to all of our valued people.
At Arnold Bloch Leibler we relish our exposure to a wide range of interesting and challenging matters that enable our lawyers to draw on their expertise and intellectual potential. We encourage them to bring their whole selves to work each day, recognising that diversity of thought, background and life experience all contribute to our distinctive culture and the solutions we deliver to our clients.
We position ourselves as the lawyers to go to when everything is on the line, where strategic imperatives are critical, and when commercial thinking that’s out of the box is required. The people we hire are the best and brightest, who want the most challenging, complex work in the market. See our available positions or submit an expression of interest via cvMail, or to learn more about our expertise areas, click here.
Seasonal clerks & graduates
Interested in seasonal clerkship and graduate opportunities at ABL?
Visit our dedicated microsite abl.grad.careers or click here to download our brochure.
Applications open on Monday 9 July 2018 and close on Sunday 12 August 2018.
Offers will be made on Thursday 18 October 2018.
Priority offers will be made on Tuesday 7 August 2018.
Indigenous student cadetships
ABL offers cadetships for Indigenous tertiary students who are interested in a career in law, secretarial, accounts or information technology. Our cadetship is a joint initiative with the Australian Government and the programme is administered by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
In order to be eligible for a cadetship you must:
- be enrolled in your first undergraduate degree course, including honours and combined degrees
- be enrolled for full-time study at a university, TAFE college or other registered training organisation located within Australia
- identify as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
- be accepted as such by the community in which you live, or have lived, and
- be one of the following:
- of Australian Aboriginal descent; or
- of Torres strait Islander descent; or
- both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent.
To find out more, please contact Hayley Brown, Human Resources Consultant, on (03) 9229 9802.
For general enquiries, contact Alexandra Burns, Human Resources Coordinator, at email@example.com.