Applications for Hicksons’ 2022 Graduate Program are now open

Hicksons’ 2022 Graduate Program offers participants access to an innovative and flexible learning environment, a rotation program across practice groups, mentorship and a range of tasks, activities and functions to build on individual learning and personal development.
 
Colleen Weiler, COO said “We are passionate about creating our next generation of leaders through our graduate program and progression pathways. The firm is invested in developing talented lawyers who wish to grow and flourish in an innovative environment. We seek candidates with energy, ambition and excellence, and will equip them with tools to grow, develop and succeed”.
 
Recognised as a Winner for Employer of Choice 2020 by the Australian Business Awards, and as a Finalist in the Outstanding Employer of Choice 2021 by the Hunter Business Awards, graduates will be exposed to a range of commercial and practical experiences, fostered by a supportive, people-focused framework.
 
Are you ready to unearth your potential?
 
Applications for our 2022 Graduate Program are now open.  
 
Discover more here.

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