Take a look at some of our pro bono achievements and community initiatives of the last year – and some follow ups on past community stories.
Take a look at some of the important causes we've been supporting, and the role we play in the wider community.
How far do you want to go? At Allens, you're in control.
We're building a law firm of the future. It's one that can evolve with the constant changes in our markets, in the way that our clients want to do business, and one that can provide our people with the career opportunities they are looking for.
We have a 190-year history of not only keeping up with change, but staying ahead of it. It's how we've maintained the leading position in the legal profession and in the markets we serve.
To meet the needs of lawyers of the future, we've also evolved to accommodate the way that they want to practise, collaborate and advance through our firm. It's about offering greater flexibility, and a two-way career deal that rewards and promotes on performance, not seniority.
Take some time on this site to learn more about our people, our programs and the Allens career deal.
Whether you join us as a clerk or a law graduate, you’ll discover a world of possibilities that will take you further than you ever imagined.
Allens is recognised by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency as one of Australia's employers of choice for gender equality.
The Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation was given to just 76 organisations in Australia that met the stringent criteria for best practice in promoting gender equality within their organisation.
Allens is committed to providing a safe and inclusive workplace where diversity, including identifying as LGBTI, is celebrated.
Allens is a proud supporter of marriage equality and assisted Australian Marriage Equality with its intervention in Commonwealth v Australian Capital Territory  HCA 55, the High Court's decision recognising a Constitutional power to legislate on same-sex marriage.
Our LGBTI network, ALLin, provides opportunities for members to build relationships with each other, our clients and the wider community through events, network meetings and pro bono legal assistance on matters of interest to the LGBTI community.
In 2014, we were recognised as a finalist in the Australian Human Rights Commission awards for our assistance to A Gender Agenda – an organisation representing the diverse gender and intersex community in Australia – in NSW Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages v Norrie  HCA 11. In that case, the High Court unanimously held that NSW laws permit the registration of a person's sex as neither male or female, but as a third 'non-specific sex' category.
At the GradAustralia Top 100 awards in February 2015, Allens was awarded the number two spot.
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