Law Careers Blog

BCG Australia is recruiting Associates to join in 2021

Published 12 Feb 2020, 4:39 pm, by Graduate Services and Careers

At BCG, we relentlessly challenge established thinking, and we seek graduates with the determination to do the same. By joining our team, you will develop game-changing ideas, work with incredibly talented people and forge your career path from day one.

To find out more, BCG is hosting numerous career information sessions throughout February across Australia and New Zealand as outlined below.

If you are unable to attend one of our presentations, you can join us at our Webinar presentation on Thursday 27 February 2020 at 6:00pm (AEDT). Please register to attend here.


BCG Melbourne Office presentation

20 February 2020 @ 8:00AM

BCG Melbourne Office presentation

24 February 2020 @ 6:00 PM

Webinar presentation

27 February 2020 @ 6:00 PM (AEDT)

Pride@BCG events: Perth, Melbourne Sydney

28 February 2020 @ 6:00 PM


BCG is receiving applications now – you can apply by clicking here. Please apply by Friday 28 February at 10:00am AEDT.

Allen & Overy Hong Kong Summer Vacation Scheme 2020

Published 10 Dec 2019, 2:26 pm, by Graduate Services and Careers


Ensuring Trustworthy AI: From Principles to Action

Published 25 Nov 2019, 2:43 pm, by Graduate Services and Careers

When: Wednesday 27 November, 5.30 - 7.30pm 

Where: G08, Melbourne Law School 

AI ethics are increasingly recognised as important if not critical. We have many offerings of AI ethical codes and frameworks. Central features of ethical AI are that it is transparent and not biased. Explainability, accountability and safety are also often listed. But what do these kinds of features mean when translated into action? How are they understood when dealing with a machine? How do we create trust in citizens that these principles are effective in protecting them in their use of AI, and in preserving the fundamental social values and rights?

This seminar explores these issues with renowned expert in social and ethical AI, Virginia Dignum, along with a panel discussion including leading industry innovators: Fiona Borrelli (Sargon), Jess Perrin (InfoXchange) and Antony Ugoni (Seek).


2020 Global Victoria Intellect Program (GVIP)

Published 29 Oct 2019, 12:51 pm, by Graduate Services and Careers

Global Victoria (Victorian State Government), together with The University of Melbourne, are offering students the opportunity to work on a virtual, two-week real-world business experience.

The 2020 Global Victoria Intellect Program (GVIP) connects student teams to undertake international market research/analysis projects for Victorian Exporters in February 2020.

Through the Global Victoria Intellect Program, students will act as ‘business consultants’ to conduct a market research analysis for a Client. In this extra-curricular learning program, students will be required to commit to 25 hours over the two-week program experience from 17 February to 28 February 2020 prior to the commencement of Semester 1, 2020.

Student teams can meet in person or collaborate completely online to complete the project. Please note: GVIP is an unpaid, extra-curricular skills development opportunity.

Applications are now OPEN and CLOSE on 3rd of November 2019.

Register to attend an information session to find out more:

Visit the careers online GVIP news update for more information. For any further inquiries, please contact the Student Engagement Team (

Meet the Local Profession

Published 11 Oct 2019, 2:56 pm, by Graduate Services and Careers