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Awesome culture and a truly global experience
Travel and international opportunities for Melbourne associate Chenez

“Opportunities to travel, to work on cross-border matters and with international clients.”

Chenez Dyer Bray is an associate rotating in the Project Delivery team and is based in our Melbourne office.

Why did you decide on White & Case? 

I wanted to be a part of a global firm—a firm that could give me opportunities to travel, to work on cross-border matters and with international clients. 

What was your first impression of the Firm?

My first impression of the Firm was how invested it is in fostering an awesome culture and retaining great talent. 

Why is White & Case the best place to start your legal career? 

White & Case is the best place to start my career because the training is excellent, juniors get a lot of responsibility, it has a supportive culture and there are numerous opportunities to be challenged and to grow. 

What do you think is most exciting about the White & Case experience in Australia? 

Being able to contribute to the growth and expansion of the Australian office is one of the most exciting things about the White & Case experience in Australia. 

What is the one thing that surprised you most when you joined the Firm?

I was surprised by how friendly and down-to-earth everyone at the Firm is.   

What type of work have you been involved in so far?

I have been involved in a variety of different projects, including the financing of a solar farm, refinancing of a coal power station, a restructuring and an acquisition of a renewables project. 

How is White & Case different from other law firms?

White & Case is different from other law firms in Australia as it offers a global experience, particularly as White & Case is part of a globally integrated system and culture. 

What is your most memorable moment with the Firm?

It is a toss-up between our Graduate Program Launch Event and Admissions Ceremony. For each of those events, the Firm invited our partners, family and friends to the office to celebrate, which was a lovely way to honour each occasion.

What are you most looking forward to achieving at White & Case?

It’s difficult to pick just one thing, but personally I’m looking forward to reaching the Firm’s pro bono target this year and completing as many pro bono hours as possible.

Sum up working at White & Case in three words.

Exciting, challenging, rewarding.

Find out about career opportunities in Australia here.