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Clerking at Civic Legal

If you are an undergraduate law student in your penultimate or ultimate year, you can submit an expression of interest to clerk with us at any time. You may then be considered if a vacancy arises.

To do so, please send your academic transcript, CV and Cover Letter to, with the subject line “Expression of Interest: Law Clerk”.

More information, including the application and interview process, can be found in this document

Your law clerk experience

As one of our clerks, you can be expected to:

  • Work two to three days per week while completing your studies
  • Experience working in different sectors across the firm
  • Work closely with our senior lawyers
  • Develop your practical legal skills
  • Complete real legal work such as drafting, attending client meetings, and attending court
  • Attend in-house professional development seminars
  • Have the flexibility to reduce hours for study leave

What our people say

“Clerking at Civic Legal is a great opportunity to experience a diverse range of work in a supportive environment. Working alongside local governments means a wide variety of issues arise, which guarantees work across many different areas of law. I have completed a multitude of tasks ranging from legal research to meeting with clients. At each stage I have felt supported as the lawyers provide detailed background briefs, clear instructions and comprehensive feedback that has enabled me to grow in competency and confidence in completing legal tasks. I would fully recommend a clerkship at Civic Legal!”


Lucy, previous law clerk

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