Commercial Litigation Solicitor Jobs in Australia : 4 job openings

Perth CBD
This impressive 3 Partner firm has a strong reputation and a client base to match. They specialise in commercial litigation and commercial law.This ...
Burgess Paluch Legal Recruitment
Sydney, New South Wales
Unparalleled opportunities to join the dynamic litigation team at this top inte ational firm in general commercial litigation roles, with a focus on cross ...
Montgomery
Brisbane, AU
We represent a leading Australian law firm with an elite litigation practice. This law firm is looking to identify a talented junior to ...
Burgess Paluch Legal Recruitment
Brisbane, Queensland
This top-tier, inte ational law firm is seeking a new Dispute Resolution Partner to join their busy and successful practice. You will have ...
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Sydney
12 month fixed term contract (part or full time) Enjoy working in a leading Australian logistics company Excellent Sydney CBD office location Your new company Our client is one of Australia's leading logistics and control systems focused companies operating across the Country. Your new role The Sydney CBD based legal team is starting the preparations for a major enterprise agreement negotiation project that will be taking place across the year. The current Senior Legal Counsel of Employment and IR will be looking to bring on board a supporting lawyer to assist with the preparation work that will be needed in advance of this IR focused work. The role is for a 12 month fixed term contract, either on a full time basis, or a part time basis of 3-4 days per week. This role would ideally suit a 3-6 year PQE employment law and IR law specialist who is looking to join a new in-house team for a 12 month role. The role would see you preparing for and developing the enterprise bargaining proposals alongside the current senior employment lawyer, the HR teams and different business units. You will be researching comparable awards, competitors, drafting IR correspondence and liaising with multiple business units directly. What you'll need to succeed In order to successfully apply for this role, you will ideally be a qualified lawyer with experience in IR and Enterprise Agreements within the employment law space. The role would suit a lawyer at around 3-6 years post admission experience in Australia, or a more senior PQE lawyer who is happy to work in a supporting role across the 12 month contract. What you'll get in return If you are successful, you will enjoy working in a leading Australian business for a lengthy fixed term contract. You will be integral to the preparation work going into a major union negotiation project and you will be working alongside a fun, friendly and highly talented in-house legal team. For someone looking for a part time role across the 12 month contract, the successful candidate will enjoy a more flexible working week. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV in Microsoft Word format, or e-mail this directly to fraser.hunter@hays.com.au. You can speak to Fraser Hunter directly on 02 8226 9782 to discuss the role. He will only be able to reveal confidential details of the client and the role if he has had sight of your resume. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
CPL
QLD, Sunshine Coast
Full time position in Little Mountain, Caloundra. Full time hours with a flexible shift pattern Grow your career with a leading not-for-profit organisation Want to make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities? Join CPL - Choice, Passion, Life and be part of an organisation that makes a difference in people's lives every day.As a Household Facilitator with CPL you will provide quality case management and support to adult clients with a disability in shared accommodation. This is a unique role that combines both direct care and management administration. You'll be responsible for leading staff members and ensuring the smooth running of the house. We will be flexible where we can on the roster for the right candidate but there will be an expectation you will work some unsociable hours.At CPL, we all have an important role to play supporting our clients to live the life they choose with passion. Each CPL team member lives the CPL Way, which helps us to understand the person, give great service, work together and find better ways. If these values resonate with you, we would love to have you as part of our team!Can you bring:Experience supporting clients with various disabilitiesSupervision, management or team leadership experienceCompetence with IT systems and technologyExperience with challenging behaviours and behaviour support plansAbility to work in a team and autonomouslyStrong communication and interpersonal skillsPractice in supporting clients with various disabilitiesWillingness to work a varied shift patternCommitment to CPL Way and valuesBenefits:ASAP StartFull-time, permanent roleCareer building opportunityProfessional development and trainingCompetitive salary with salary packaging optionsSupportive and friendly team environmentRewarding and satisfying role enriching the lives of others Applications to close by 26th January 2018, unless filled prior...thanks! Please download a full position description below for more information. Apply today by clicking 'apply' below and submitting your CV and a cover letter explaining how you meet the criteria for this role. For more information, please call the Paul on 07 3358 8074.
Up to $132,459. Package includes salary ($117,291 - $119,548), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Legal Aid Commission, Office of the
Sydney Region, Sydney City, NSW, Australia
ABOUT LEGAL AID NSW Legal Aid NSW is the largest legal aid agency in Australia, comprising of a Central Sydney office and 22 regional offices in metropolitan and regional centres across NSW and a number of specialist services and advice clinics. Working at Legal Aid NSW provides the opportunity to support people with disabilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, women and children, Indigenous people and people with mental illness who may experience difficulties when enforcing and defending their rights. ABOUT THE ROLE A Grade IV Legal Officer in the Civil Law Division will: Provide a high quality advice, minor assistance and casework services in areas such as consumer, mental health, human rights, employment, housing immigration, social security, and/or coronial inquests, or other areas of civil law. Conduct and supervise other legal officers to ensure an efficient and effective legal practice in accordance with the standards required by Legal Aid NSW. Contribute to the leadership of the Civil Law Division. Assist people to overcome disadvantaged circumstances. Comply with the Legal Aid Commission Act, policies and practice management standards and undertake all related administrative and case management activities. ABOUT YOU We are looking for outstanding solicitors with relevant experience to work in the Civil Law Division’s Government Law team, which specialises in providing a range of legal services to disadvantaged communities in areas of law that impact on their everyday lives. The successful applicants will provide high quality advice, minor assistance and casework services in relation to the National Disability Insurance Scheme. You also must have: Admission or eligibility for admission as a legal practitioner in NSW You are required to present a valid Practising Certificate on your first day of employment Willingness to undertake Criminal Record Check and Working with Children Check HOW TO APPLY Applications MUST be submitted online through www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au to be considered. No late applications will be accepted. Applicants should read the Role Description and consider the Focus Capabilities and Key Accountabilities when preparing their resume and cover letter. Applicants are requested to attach: • current resume / curriculum vitae (CV) (maximum 5 pages) • cover letter (maximum 2 pages) responding to the following two questions: 1. Outline your knowledge and/or experience in the legal issues surrounding the National Disability Insurance Scheme. 2. What skills and experience do you have in representing clients with complex needs in tribunals and/or courts, including appearing at hearings, conciliations and case conferences? The selection process will include a range of comparative assessment techniques to assist in determining capability and suitability for the role. This recruitment will be used to fill any current vacancies and may be used to create a Talent Pool for similar future vacancies that may arise over the next 12 months. OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION Legal Aid NSW welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds, including people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the LGBTI community, culturally diverse people and other diverse communities. We encourage applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace. Legal Aid NSW provides dignified access to accommodate the diverse needs of our community. We acknowledge and support the access needs of people with visible and invisible disabilities, as such all of our offices are accessible If you require a reasonable adjustment in order to participate in the recruitment process, or you are looking for general information about our reasonable adjustment process, please contact our team via email, and advise your preferred method of communication: erecruitment@legalaid.nsw.gov.au. FURTHER INFORMATION • Temporary Opportunity up to 30 June 2019 at Central Sydney Head Office (35HPW)• Enquiries: Bill Gerogiannis on (02) 9219 5903• Applying for a Role• Working at Legal Aid NSW
$84,892.00 to $103,219.00 pro rata, per annum
Public Trustee
Launceston, North, Tasmania, Australia
Hours per fortnight 73.50 hours per fortnight - We recognise the value in flexible working arrangements. Talk to us about how this could work for you. Part time hours may be considered The occupant will be required to routinely (fortnightly) travel to Burnie, Devonport and other regional centres in the north and north west of Tasmania. Duties Contribute to the efficient and effective operation of the Public Trustee by assisting the Corporate Solicitor to manage the delivery of legal services to the Board, Chief Executive Officer, clients and staff of the Public Trustee by: 1. Attend on clients of the Public Trustee and advise concerning estate planning and testamentary dispositions; take and check instructions for, draw and engross wills and other legal documents. 2. As directed, have the carriage and conduct of actions as Counsel for and instructing solicitor of the Public Trustee (in its own right and in its capacity as representative of others) in the jurisdiction of the Civil and Supreme Court. 3. As directed, provide legal advice and opinions to and for clients and staff of the Public Trustee, and to research questions of law accordingly. 4. Undertake and see through to completion the various conveyancing matters of the office (including mortgages and settlements of the sale and purchase of land) and as necessary supervise the work of those engaged in sub-matters. 4. Undertake client presentations and community liaison visits to relevant organisations and follow up identified new business opportunities. 5. As required, provide directions, assistance, training and coaching throughout the State to legal and non-legal staff employed by the Public Trustee. Essential Requirements Admission or qualification and entitlement to admission as a Practitioner of the Supreme Court of Tasmania. The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this position is to satisfy a pre-employment check before taking up the appointment, promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted: crimes involving dishonesty crimes of violence serious drug offences sex related offences Desirable Requirements A Legal Practitioner with more than 2 years relevant post-admission experience. Current Drivers Licence. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents Statement of Duties (790232) Solicitor - North.doc Statement of Duties (790232) Solicitor - North.pdf
Be Next
Sydney
About the role and company on offer We are working closely with an expanding PM department that is very interested in employing a dedicated and ambitious Project Manager to support large residential subdivision projects throughout Sydney. This company has been in operation for more than two years and offer multiple services including construction support and civil engineering design. A leading brand within industry that offers a fresh approach and a range of exceptional projects and clients along with an outstanding working environment and further career support and development within an expanding team environment. As a Project Manager you will be responsible for driving projects with the support of the Project Director from initial enquiry through to construction certificate and development application interfacing with clients, stakeholders and councils. In addition, you will be involved as well in land acquisitions of up to 200 lots. Requirements for you to be considered Bachelor's degree in civil engineering. A minimum of 3-4 years full time experience as a project manager or civil engineer. Land development and residential subdivision background. Strong communication skills written and verbal and the ability to succeed autonomously. Rewards and benefits A suitable salary will be negotiated with the right person. Expanding team environment in Nor west Sydney. Career enhancing opportunity along with career support. A wide range of large residential subdivision projects. Next step Please send through your updated resume if interested in finding out more information about his unique position. ACTION NOW. To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Daniel Tierney on 02 9919 6900. To view all Bayside Personnel job opportunities visit www.baysidepersonnel.com.au
80000 100000
Canberra
Advise on IT contracts including the negotiation, drafting, reviewing and interpretation of contracts, policies and proceduresParticipate in contract negotiations to achieve commercially advantageous outcomesDraft and finalise agreements, contracts and other legal documents to ensure the clients full legal rights2 - 5 years post qualification experienceProven experience as a Commercial Solicitor / Associate or Government Commercial LawyerOutstanding communication and negotiation skills
One Legal
Melbourne, Victoria
Are you an experienced Conveyancing Clerk looking for either a Part Time or Full Time role? This specialist Boutique Conveyancing Company is recognised as being one of the best in the business and is looking for an additional member to join its small, close-knit team!The CompanyLocated on the City fringe at the edge of the CBD (right opposite a tram stop), this specialist, long-established boutique Conveyancing Company is known for its excellent customer service and its friendly, highly-professional approach with excellent, well-established systems, processes and procedures - all making this a great, efficient and rewarding place to work! The Principal is very well-known in the industry and sits on a couple of Conveyancing advisory and management panels of well-known organisations.The PositionThis is a rare opportunity for either an experienced Conveyancing Clerk to join an extremely friendly, easy-going and highly approachable team of 3 others. It's a busy position where you will run your own files autonomously from end to end using LEAP and PEXA. This role is either part time or full time - you choose!RequirementsTo be suited to this role, you'll be an experienced Conveyancing Clerk with great people skills and a polished and professional approach and be accustomed to providing top levels of client service. You'll also be well organised in your work and have an ethical, positive, flexible approach to fit in with this professional and extremely friendly team.To ApplySounds like you? If you're an experienced Conveyancing Clerk, then to be considered simply click the APPLY icon below or email: [Apply online] to find out more about this great opportunity!Janie ThomasOneLegalLevel 4, 115 Elizabeth StreetMelbourne VIC 3000Visit our website, www.onelegal.com.au to view all of our current Legal Secretary / Law Clerk roles.Please note that only those candidates with the relevant Conveyancing Clerk experience will be responded to.