“The high level of legal training, mentorship and support that I have received has been unparalleled and I will certainly take it with me to my next career.”
(Pratham Gupta, Clerk)
Crisp Law is a boutique law firm specialising in construction, commercial and statute liability law. We are dynamic, focused and enjoy significant and long last relationships with our clients.
We are recruiting several law clerks (part or full time) to join us – starting this side of Christmas 2023 through until middle January.
The positions will involve a significant amount of research in areas aligned to the firm’s core focus. From the middle of January the positions will increasingly involve work on client matters.
If you think you are a suitable candidate for this position, please forward your resume to Rosa Foti at firstname.lastname@example.org [Reference SEEK07122022]
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MEET OUR CLERKS/GRADS!
Pico has recently joined our team as a Clerk. After volunteering as peer mediator in high school, Pico discovered his interest in the law. He is currently enrolled in a combined Arts and Law degree at the University of Sydney majoring in criminology and has spent the past few years working in the courts and as a paralegal. Outside of work Pico enjoys football, athletics, and music, where he has produced multiple soundtracks for video art projects and installation pieces on display at USYD.
We are delighted to have Pico join the Crisp Law team!
Meet Diana, our newest Clerk at Crisp Law!
On the brink of graduating from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Law/Business (majoring in Human Resources), Diana is set to undertake her Practical Legal Training in 2024.
Diana brings a wealth of practical experience working as a paralegal in Family and Estate Law for four years. With a passion for contracts and construction law, Diana will join Crisp Law’s graduate program in 2024!
We are excited to welcome Sally to our team! With a strong academic background in Law/Commerce (majoring in Finance) from UNSW and practical experience in family and immigration law, Sally is well-equipped to handle diverse legal challenges.
Driven by a deep commitment to justice, she has also dedicated her time to volunteering for a pro bono program, helping those in need gain access to legal support. Her passion lies in contracts and contractual relationships, particularly in resolving legal disputes with precision and expertise.