Early Careers Stories | 10 August 2023

Nicholas Salagaras

Every job has its limitations, but particularly working in a litigation practice there are often short deadlines, and a requirement to turn around tasks quickly and at a high quality.

What's your job about?

I hit the ground running in the busy Darwin insurance practice, predominately working across workers’ compensation and compulsory third party insurance matters. I had a significant amount of responsibility from day one which was excellent, but also petrifying. A normal day can include attending court or a settlement conference, drafting pleadings, preparing instructions to a medical practitioner for an independent medical examination or drafting an advice to a client...

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