The Australian Partnership Survey 2017

Justin Whealing
ECP LEGAL

Monday 21st August 2017

On 30 June 2017, The Australian’s Legal Affairs lift out highlighted the survey’s findings on growth of graduate numbers and the increased focus on training graduates rather than pursuing lateral hires.

Read the survey’s findings on graduate numbers here: The Australian Partnership Survey 2017

The Australian Legal Partnership Survey is one of the most important and valuable pieces of analysis and research in the Australian legal profession. In 2017, ECP Legal was asked by The Australian to coordinate the annual survey in conjunction with its contacts from across the profession. More than 40 of Australia’s top law firm managing partners responded, with the data from the completed surveys being shown in The Australian’s Legal Affairs lift out and on The Australian website over June and July 2017.

 

Results of The Australian Partnership Survey

Justin Whealing
EATON CAPITAL PARTNERS
Friday 29th June 2018

On June 29, 2018, the results of The Australian Partnership Survey, a bi-annual large law firm survey conducted by Eaton Capital Partners for The Australian, were released in The Australian alongside an article by ECP Legal Partner, Justin Whealing.


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Sisters Doing it for Themselves: Forcing Change to the Partnership Model

Shaaron Dalton
ECP LEGAL
Tuesday 23rd January 2018

As diversity quotas become more common in legal services procurement, ECP Legal Partner Shaaron Dalton has followed the breadcrumbs to where the talented female lawyers from the leading commercial firms have gone and assessed the impact their career choices are now making on the traditional partnership model.


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Yeah, Nah: Gender Balance Still a Long Way Off

Shaaron Dalton
ECP LEGAL
Tuesday 19th December 2017

In December 2017 an article on gender balance by ECP Legal Partner Shaaron Dalton was run in The Australian, alongside figures from The Australian Partnership Survey highlighting the numbers of female equity and salaried partners in large and international law firms across Australia.


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