18 June 2020

Bootcamp: Everything you want to know about working in a law firm (but were afraid to ask) | Webinar

Published on 18 June 2020

Before you start that great new gig, we've prepared a crash course for you

Whether it's your first work experience placement or a nine-to-five grad role, your first 'real job' in a law firm is new territory, and you aren’t quite sure what to expect.
It can be daunting, especially if you’ve never stepped foot in a law firm before.
To ease your mind, join us for a bootcamp on Thursday 18 June, where we'll cover everything you've wanted to know about working in a law firm but were too afraid to ask. 

Key takeaways

At this bootcamp, we'll tackle:

  • How to answer the telephone
  • Drafting basic correspondence
  • Strategies for working with partners
  • Managing clients
Thursday 18 June
12.00pm  AWST
02.00pm AEST

LIVE webinar

Who should attend
This webinar is for law students and graduates

If you can't make it, register anyway, and you'll get a recording in an email after the webinar.

Register now



Emma Elliot


Lucy Dickens

Consultant | Business Coach | Trainer | Speaker | Podcaster

Lucy Dickens is a lawyer and business coach with over a decade of experience in law firm transformation.

She helps sole practitioners and leaders of boutique law firms to design, package and systemise the delivery of their services so they can eliminate the grunt work and spend more time on the things they love.

Her practical experience extends across all areas of legal practice management, but she has a particular knack for leading teams and designing streamlined processes that drive efficiencies and deliver value.

Lucy hosts the Doing Law Differently podcast, where she interviews leaders in law who are reinventing legal practice.

Lucy is also a Senior Associate at Birman & Ride, a leading NewLaw firm in Perth, Western Australia, where she leads the development of the firm’s consumer legal services, bringing together people, technology and processes to design and deliver innovative legal services.