Bird & Bird

Bird & Bird
Employer of Choice 2020

Bird & Bird is an international law firm that supports its people’s pursuit of exciting work, develops their potential, and provides them with a diverse and inclusive environment that respects their expertise and embraces flexibility.  

Working at Bird & Bird means getting exposed to ample opportunities for career progression, including inter-office and client secondments; enjoying flexible working arrangements; having access to technology and resources; and becoming part of a friendly one-firm culture that encourages collegiality, collaboration, and open communication. One of the firm’s new initiatives is the twoBirds Client Solutions – an extensive suite of solutions that assist lawyers and clients to solve practical, business, and legal issues more effectively. 

Bird & Bird takes pride in its Women's Development Programme, which supports senior female talent to gain vital professional development; and a global Future Leaders Course, which equips senior talents with the skills to develop leadership capabilities and run a successful practice. A significant number of (now virtual) in-house training on legal, business, technology, and soft skills are also available to Bird & Bird staff.  

Most Read

Fair remuneration, including performance and discretionary benefits; as well as health and wellbeing benefits, such as the firm’s formalised Employee Assistance Program, also ensure Bird & Bird employees are happy, engaged, and healthy. 

Free newsletter

Subscribe to our FREE newsletter service and we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest breaking news, cutting edge opinion, and expert analysis affecting both your business and the industry as whole.

Please enter your email address below and click on Sign Up for daily newsletters from Australasian Lawyer.

Recent articles & video

Big 4 vets join Ashurst Consulting

Macpherson Kelley pitches in on multimillion-dollar sale deals

Marvel CEO sues insurance company for DNA theft

Brave Legal founder goes back to the basics

WGEA honours leading globals’ gender equality efforts

UK AG takes historic parental leave

Most Read Articles

Ex-ATO deputy commissioner joins MinterEllison

HSF appoints Sydney-based senior associate to global ESG practice leadership

EY Law snags ex-Corrs COO

Gadens guides $230m deal involving first listed flexible property security in Australia