A great career is built on ‘and’. At Landers, it’s about doing great work and having a good time doing it. It’s about connecting with leading clients and being given the responsibility to take on their most challenging work. It’s about celebrating diversity and investing in people’s growth.
The autonomy and responsibility I was given during the deal as a first-year lawyer allowed me to learn in leaps and bounds"
Our graduate program is built on learning and fun. It combines the theoretical learning component at The College of Law with practical elements such as four practice group rotations and an internal learning & development program to ensure you get the best start to your legal career. You'll be well supported along the way with a senior mentor as well as a dedicated support structure in each of your rotations. You'll be teamed with a buddy who will provide you with day to day support and assist you in the transition to a law firm environment. You'll also have an experienced lawyer, your supervisor, who makes it their job to ensure you have the best learning experience possible.
As the most junior lawyer in the group, I was honoured to be asked to manage this file and trusted to appear at the conciliation. It was a complex, challenging and fulfilling matter to be involved in and one of the highlights of my legal career to date"
Like most organisations, Lander & Rogers has a set of values. Just for fun, though, we asked our grads to come up with the values they thought represented our firm.
"When you start at Landers, we take you under our wing. Here, we work together as true colleagues. Everyone is heard. Everyone matters. As you grow, you become part of the wing."
"We work to improve what we do every day. Not because we compete against each other, but because we want to improve for our own sake and our clients. Our best just keeps getting better."
"We do great work, but we do it for our clients, not for our own glory. Nothing makes us happier than getting a win for our clients. Which, by the way, we do all the time. Because that’s what we’re here for, not to be overbearing about who we are."