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Reflections and projections: Insights from our Linklaters alumni partners
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Stories Introducing Airlie - our own GPT We were recently joined by Linklaters partners (and Allens alumni) Ross Schloeffel and Nicole Meyer. They spent a jam-packed week visiting clients and colleagues in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, ...

Bridging the digital divide with tech recycling
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Bridging the digital divide with tech recycling Economic hardships often prevent young people from accessing cutting-edge technology, leaving the most vulnerable disadvantaged in a world that depends on digital resources for education. ...

Jawun Secondment: Finance to football in Shepparton
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Review Services Senior Team Leader Francesco Spanti spent six weeks in Shepparton, Victoria with Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative. Rumbalara is a leading provider of community-controlled, whole of life services that support, honour and ...

This is Allens: moments shaping our future
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The past year has been marked by pivotal moments that have left a lasting impression on the business community, our society, and each one of us. From technological change and healthcare breakthroughs to the critical minerals boom and increased litigation complexity, we talk to some of the people who have their fingers on the pulse of what's ahead. ...

Volunteers go wild to support WWF
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Protecting Australia's natural environment has long been a cause held dear at Allens, so when opportunities came up to lend a hand on two cutting-edge environmental initiatives, there was no shortage of volunteers. Through advising ...

This is Allens: Eugene Tan
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One of the things I enjoy most about being a real estate and development lawyer is that you genuinely get to partner with clients on projects that transform our cities and communities in a lasting way. With the scale of projects we work on ...

This is Allens: Kirsty Prinsloo
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When I was sitting my HSC, I found myself at a crossroads between two distinct career paths: economics and law or exercise science and nutrition. A career fair, where I learned that the exercise science degree may require me to work with ...

This is Allens: Emily Johnstone
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Environment and planning law has something for everyone, whether your interests lie in politics, the natural environment, architecture or engineering. It's a vibrant and dynamic area where the work closely follows real world events, like ...

This is Allens: Kenneth Imako
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My father was a doctor practising in various places in PNG and I grew up feeling an expectation that I might follow in his footsteps. While the sciences really interested me through high school, my (argumentative) personality drew me ...

This is Allens: Tarsha Gavin
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I don't think there was a particular moment that made me decide to pursue a career in law. While I didn't have much exposure to law through my family or networks growing up, I really enjoyed studying it at university and decided to apply ...