Bringing Art to Business
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers is excited about the opportunity to bring the
artistic community into a world that is often more about facts, figures
and legal argument.
While we might think some of our legal solutions are pretty artistic we recognise true artistic talent when we see it and would like to bring that talent into our workplace through the Clifford Gouldson Artist-in-Residence Program.
Applications for this year's program are currently open but will close on Wednesday 28 August 2013.
Please refer to this flyer for more information on the program and how to apply.
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