Formal dress code, central city location
Offices and location are nice.
The offices are very comfortable and filled with natural light. I have had my own window office since getting admitted. The dress code is very relaxed. I almost never wear a full suit and I don't feel out of place wearing flat shoes.
The offices are really good and there is lots of space. The building has showers, gym, bike racks etc.
Great office space, location and facilities. The dress code is professional and smart casual on Fridays.
We're located across three floors of the Rialto in Melbourne - most grads and above have their own offices, and most first years and above have window offices. The dress code is neat corporate - but women are not expected to wear suits. A dress with a blazer if you're meeting clients will suffice.
The firm has retained the traditional office model, which is immensely preferred over 'open plan' or 'hot-desking' by staff. Generally all fee-earners receive their own office. The facilities are good. The dress code varies from team to team, and generally depends on the lawyer's commitments from day to day, but is otherwise relaxed.
Our office is in a perfect location in the city with access to everything and plenty of room. Graduate often have their own window office early in their careers. Our dress code is relatively standard, though ties are rare and Friday is funday.
Location is very convenient, offices have mostly lots of natural light and views of Sydney or the harbour. I like that most staff have their own offices that can have the door shut when they need a quiet space etc.
I have enjoyed being in open plan during my graduate year. It facilitates being able to ask questions and helps you to meet more people around the office. The office dress code is more casual than expected. Seeing activewear around the office is not unusual.