Careers at Gilshenan & Luton

Current Positions

We currently have one position available in our Brisbane CBD office for a paralegal.

Paralegal | Brisbane

BRISBANE CBD  |  FULL-TIME

We are looking for a full-time paralegal to support our team of lawyers. Law students who are available full-time and looking for an opportunity to build their legal skills are encouraged to apply.

Candidate requirements:

  • Undertaking a Bachelor of Laws.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to analyse and research.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Willingness and ability to work autonomously.
  • Ability to work full time.

We offer:

  • Dynamic and interesting work.
  • Friendly social environment.
  • Learning and development opportunities.

Key responsibilities:

  • Legal research and fact gathering.
  • Drafting correspondence and legal documents.
  • Analysing and summarising documents.
  • Fact-checking.
  • Organising and managing files.
  • Filing documents with the courts.

DOWNLOAD THE FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION FOR THE PARALEGAL ROLE

To apply:

Please send your cover letter and resume to: hr@gnl.com.au

 

Criminal Law Clerkship

In addition to any current opportunities for ongoing roles, Gilshenan and Luton offer an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Criminal Law Clerkship each year. Applications open around October each year, and the clerkship is undertaken in January/February of the following year.

Learn more about the Summer Clerkship Program

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