Harwood Andrews take pride in creating future leaders and encourages creativity and innovative thinking amongst our staff. We are committed to attracting and retaining the best legal talent and professional service managers.

We value candidates who are client focused, goal driven and who strive to be the best that they can be.  We work in a collaborative environment with a team focus, where you will receive mentoring, coaching and an opportunity to do some really great work.

We work hard to provide a supportive and positive workplace culture.  We take the time to listen to each other, display empathy and respect at all times.  We communicate regularly and understand that our people want to have a sense of purpose and feel engaged in what they do.  We build positive relationships with each other so everyone has the opportunity to grow, develop and achieve.  We also have a bit of fun at work which is really important.

Harwood Andrews is proudly adopting the Law Council of Australia Diversity and Equality Charter. We are committed to promoting diversity, equality, respect and inclusion.

We will always:

  • treat all people with respect and dignity regardless of sex, sexuality, disability, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or other arbitrary feature

  • create and foster equality through a supportive and understanding environment for all individuals to realise their maximum potential regardless of difference

  • promote and support a strong and fair legal profession comprising, accommodating, encouraging and respecting a diverse range of individuals and views

what our EMPLOYEES have to say

I am proud to work at a firm that promotes innovation, thought leadership and an inclusive culture. I started as a graduate where I worked directly with Principals and benefited from mentoring, challenging work and client interaction. I now have a diverse commercial law practice, and was appointed a Principal Lawyer in 2015, a month before commencing maternity leave. I now enjoy working with my team to ensure that client needs are met, while utilising technology to work part-time and flexibly.
— Vittoria De Stefano, Principal Lawyer