Blackstone Waterhouse is a great place to develop your career in legal services – from administrative and paralegal roles, graduates and senior lawyers, our aim is to be a firm of choice and our people reflect this. We encourage a culture of open communication, collaboration and fun – we enjoy what we do (or we would do something else).

We are a growing firm with an enviable client base and a strong track record in our chosen sectors of property, planning and construction.

There are plenty of opportunities to progress your career in a dynamic environment with a focus on merit. We support our staff with some of the best mentors in the field.

We are a diverse, young and progressive practice.

We’re looking for a…


This opportunity will see you involved in a broad range of high-profile construction work, including:

In addition, you will be exposed to some of the best work in the commercial and residential projects space.

Are you our Candidate? 

To take advantage of this exciting opportunity, you will have:

Successful candidates will also be able to work well both in a team and independently, have a proactive attitude and the ability to maintain high-quality relationships with clients.

Your motivation and impressive standard of work will be rewarded with enviable remuneration, strong client access and ongoing career opportunities within a supportive team environment.

To apply and take that next step up in your career, please send us your covering letter and CV to


Veno and Danny manage the firm’s pro bono initiatives.

Everyone at Blackstone Waterhouse is encouraged to support the firm’s pro bono program. As professionals, we have an obligation to assist the less fortunate in our community.

As part of our pro bono program for 2016, we have been proud to be part of the launch of the Wiping Tears Charitable Foundation Limited, a public benevolent institution and charity which commenced operation this year driven by Jean and Nissy Nassif of Toplace. The Foundation supports families with grants of financial assistance throughout New South Wales.

Blackstone Waterhouse has been involved in setting up the Foundation and obtaining its charitable status.  We believe it to be a great initiative and are proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the Foundation’s inaugural ‘Blossom Ball’.  This event was held on Friday, 29 April 2016 at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf.

Danny is passionate about his community and is also actively involved in both the Australian Lebanese Chamber of Commerce and Australian Maronite Professionals Council.