Be across business developments across the Asia-Pacific region, the firm's work is Asia based not just Australia
Interviews are simply a conversation. Don't stress and be yourself.
A good understanding of the energy and resources sector is important. I would make sure to be familiar with the major projects across Australia.
Research the firm, have some questions you're genuinely interested in asking.
Graduate, Perth, Australia
Do your research on the firm, understand the nature and transactions of the type of work that Clifford Chance does in Australia as well as the rest of the world.
Know what differentiates yourself from the crowd. Reflect on your passions and interests and see how that can be tied with commercial awareness.
Research CC to understand why they are distinctive. Provide the interviewer with skills you offer that best suit their practice.
Show character, it's a lot easier to work with people that are easy to get along with/communicate with. Firms aren't looking for the smartest people but people that can work collaboratively and learn from others. Learn to talk about your experience and don't be afraid to let people know your passions and what attracts you to commercial law
Know what the firm does, if you are applying there you should have some interest in what they do be it an interesting matter or client, or a particular field of work.
Have an understanding of the role corporate law firms play on a global stage and how they interact with the global economy.