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Herbert Smith Freehills’ Digital Law Group Virtual Experience

This virtual experience offers insight into what it is like to work for HSF’s Digital Law Group – a group of specialist lawyers providing legal, strategic and practical advice to clients in relation to their biggest and most important digitalisation projects.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Virtual Experience

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
Yes
Qualifications Accepted
L
Law

Hiring criteria

Entry pathway

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Introduction

Welcome to Herbert Smith Freehills’ Digital Law Group Virtual Experience

Our Digital Law Group comprises over 50 lawyers across the world, who investigate and develop new legal technologies and solve the big legal questions associated with global digital transformation.

What you’ll learn

In this virtual experience you will join the Digital Law Group, supporting our work across a range of workstreams. Your tasks will include:

  • Sourcing and summarising recent articles on emerging ethical, governance and regulatory changes and challenges in the digital space
  • Preparing a memo on the ethical obligation of lawyers in the context of new and emerging technology
  • Conducting research on Smart Legal Contracts 
  • Building a Smart Legal Contract
  • Providing advice on a breach of a Smart Legal Contract

Ready to get started?

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Hiring criteria

You should have or be completing the following to apply for this opportunity.

Entry pathway
Degree or Certificate
Study Field
L
Law

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills

  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was lucky to work on some really interesting tasks during my clerkship. This included doing some work for Natasha Blycha on the Australian National Blockchain project, and drafting research notes on various topics, such as the GDPR and ‘Right to be Forgotten’.

Tayla Byatt

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills

  • Graduate stories
I was always amazed when I was able to use my knowledge from university to draft a memo which later went out to the client either in its original form or with only minor edits.

Sebastian Davies-Mills