Working at Holding Redlich
Holding Redlich is a progressive national law firm with an open, caring and supportive culture. We value our people and the diverse personalities, talents, backgrounds and experience that they bring to the firm.
We believe that for people to work effectively they need to feel valued and fulfilled. So we offer an environment of genuine professional support as well as providing stimulating, challenging legal work and opportunities for growth and development. We are very conscious of the importance of a healthy work-life balance, so we encourage our lawyers to work smarter rather than harder, and to aim for a realistic balance between their work and other aspects of their lives.
Holding Redlich promotes a culture of cooperation. Our lawyers share knowledge and collaborate across practice groups and across our 3 offices to work as a truly integrated national firm.
And socially, the firm is a great place to be. We enjoy unwinding with a range of social activities from casual Friday night drinks each week to participation in sporting teams and activities.
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Holding Redlich is unique in the diversity of its client base and the breadth of quality work that we do. Our clients range from large corporations to trade unions; from major government departments to small companies; from large superannuation funds to individual employees. We also act for artists, writers and actors, film production companies and cultural institutions.
Lawyers at all levels are involved in varied, interesting, high quality work with meaningful client contact and plenty of opportunities for personal development and growth.
Holding Redlich also has a long tradition of contributing to the community through our extensive pro bono program. Pro bono work is highly valued at the firm, and lawyers in all practice areas are expected to be involved.