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Apply for the Allens Legal Transformation Graduate Program 2024 now!

Allens has launched the Graduate Program in Legal Transformation, an exciting new opportunity for students in Sydney and Melbourne. Applications to join the 2024 program are now open. 

What is it?

The Legal Transformation Graduate Program will see Allens graduates participating in a 12 month program with rotations through our Legal Technology, Legal Project Management, Product Lab and Innovation Centre teams.

Why legal transformation?

Matter teams are now regularly made up of lawyers, technologists, project managers and product experts working together to ensure cutting edge technology and best practice processes are applied on matters to create exceptional service and greater value. Law firms of the future need to invest in the capability and expertise that supports these changing needs.

How will it work?

Graduates will commence in March 2024 and will complete 2 six month rotations to gain experience in a number of disciplines such as data analytics, automation, design thinking, change management, project management and contract analysis. At the completion of the program successful graduates will be offered a role in one of the placement teams. Note: Legal Transformation Graduates (unlike Law Graduates) will be enrolled in specialised training relevant to their future roles, and therefore will not need to complete PLT (practical legal training) and will not receive a legal practicing certificate.   

Who should I apply?

Applications are open to students from a range of disciplines including (but not limited to) Computer Science, Software Engineering, Data Science and Law. Legal studies are a plus, but not essential, and we are seeking applications from a broad academic spectrum.

Applications close at 11:55pm (AEST) on Tuesday, 11 April 2023. Please address your application to Manreet Singh, National Manager Early Careers. For further information, visit the Allens website or email


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