Litigation Lawyer Jobs in Australia : 3 job openings

Sydney
The Firm This is a unique opportunity to join one of the most prestigious US firms and work alongside some of Australia's most ...
Perth
The Firm This internationally recognized firm is looking for its next top lawyer to join its team of highly regarded leaders who are ...
Sydney
The Firm This is a unique opportunity to join of the most prestigious US firm and work alongside some of Australia's most famous ...
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Sydney
The Firm This Australian firm has had an untouched reputation over the past 20 years and is still growing. You will be involved in: sophisticated corporate and asset finance transactions. You will be a: mid-level lawyer, with relevant experience; have Australian experience. Benefits Tier 1 remuneration, incentives and clients. World class training. Structured career progression. Fantastic secondment opportunities. Excellent work environment - collegiate and open. For a confidential discussion, please contact Bart on 02 9233 7977 or 0404 757 778 (call/text anytime) and quote reference number BT31844. Alternatively, click apply and email your resume. To view all our current roles, you can go to: - https://naimanclarke.vincere.io/careers/
Bendigo Goldfields and Macedon Ranges, AU, VIC
Opportunity for career development and progressionCollaborative and supportive work environment Bendigo locationWe have a rare and outstanding opportunity for a Senior Lawyer to join a well established National practice.Based in Bendigo this role will be built around the successful individuals strengths and provides an outstanding opportunity to grow the practice and your professional career.With the strong backing of robust systems, proven processes and professionalism this is a unique opportunity for the right person.What our client offers you:A highly attractive salary package, bonus structure and flexible working arrangements.Professional development and the opportunity to work with key decision makers.Highly developed work systems and practices that enable you to focus on the strategic client needs.The opportunity to work with, manage and mentor a passionate, productive and collaborative team.To be successful in this role you ideally have: A focus on client service with the ability to listen to, and empathise with clients and their families.Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.Demonstrated skills in effective business development, networking and relationship management.The ability to quickly and strategically exercise judgementSuperior organisational and practise management skills.Previous experience in Victorian Workers' Compensation is highly advantageous as is at least 5 years PAE.This role offers a genuine opportunity for career development and progression in a collaborative and supportive work environment for further information please contact the team at ESE Consulting on 03 54426676 or email us at info@eseconsulting.com.au.To apply, please click the appropriate link below. Alternatively, contact ESE Consulting on 03 5442 6676 or email apply@eseconsulting.com.au.
100000.00 - 140000.00
Bluefin Resources
Sydney, New South Wales
Tax Lawyer - Disputes/LitigationOur client is a top tier law firm with offices in Sydney CBD. They have a large, established tax team comprised of multiple high-profile Partners, Special Council and lawyers. Due to an increased work load, we have a Tax Associate position available with an 80% focus on tax disputes and litigation. Reporting to the Tax Disputes Partner, the key responsibilities of the role will be:- Advise clients on income tax law including on anti-avoidance, diverted ...
Macquarie Group Limited
Sydney
Join a high performing commercial legal team at our global headquarters.Working in a team of 12 Lawyers, you will be reviewing, drafting and negotiating for a range of commercial contracts including, outsourcing, IT, telecommunications, property, and procurement. You will be risk management focussed, participate in risk review processes and may be required to update precedents and policies. You will also participate in the IT, property and commercial contracts due diligence and integration phases of mergers and acquisitions (drafting and negotiating documents and agreements), ensuring that we comply with our obligations under current contracts, as well as with applicable laws and regulations in each applicable jurisdiction. You will bring a solid foundation of experience within commercial law, from a private practice or in an in-house environment, preferably including experience in IT and outsourcing or alternatively, you will have previously worked at a regulated financial institution.You will also have a commercial approach, good negotiation skills and the ability to work independently in a small team, coupled with the desire to provide excellent client service to a diverse range of internal clients.If you have a strong background within the legal sector, in a regulated environment within Banking and Financial Services, please get in touch today and apply via the link. For more information contact David Lenny at David.[Click Apply]Our Legal and Governance Group provide the full range of legal and corporate governance services, including strategic legal and governance advice and risk assessment on corporate transactions, treasury and funding, insurance, regulatory enquiries and litigation.Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.com/careersMacquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If you're capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team.Advertised: 15 May 2018 AUS Eastern Standard TimeApplications close: Print application form
100000 125000
Michael Page
Sydney CBD
Under the guidance of the Team Leader, manage files across the full range of the practice of Legal Services, with particular emphasis on contract drafting and negotiation in relation to the production and acquisition of content for the Television, Radio and Online services. Provide pre-publication advice to program makers and journalists on a rostered 24-hour basis. Provide advice on complex legal issues, including in relation to copyright and intellectual property issues relevant to production of content. Maintain an up to date understanding of relevant legislation. Actively promote our client's values and apply all relevant workplace policies and guidelines. Cooperate with any reasonable instruction, procedure or policy relating to safety, and take reasonable care for their own safety and that of other persons who may be affected by their conduct while at work. Additional WHS responsibilities apply to Managers and Supervisors, Team Directors and Other Officers.Admitted as a Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of New South Wales (or other State and Territory) with a minimum of 3 years post-admission experience from a reputable private practice law firm or in-house team. Demonstrable experience in drafting and negotiating Television, Radio and Online production contracts, with experience in Acquisition of content from Australia and Overseas, including news content, and Online Contracting preferred. In depth understanding of online and digital innovations preferred. Superior oral and written communication skills Good interpersonal and leadership skills A solid understanding of copyright and intellectual property law and defamation and contempt law Ability to balance competing priorities and make good use of available time and resources Ability to exercise good judgement and work independently Ability to work as part of a team and with managers at all levels
New South Wales Bar Association
Australia, NewSouthWales, Sydney
About the Role Contribute to best practice in the legal profession Case manage the investigation of complaints and conduct issues concerning barristers Would suit candidates from a regulatory, conduct or professional standards background The Role You will investigate and report to the Bar Council about conduct complaints and professional standards issues concerning barristers. Managing a case load of matters and being a direct point of contact for stakeholders, you will ensure cases are progressed expeditiously and with procedural fairness. You have secretariat responsibilities to two professional conduct committees, working closely with the Chair and barrister members, to ensure accurate reporting to the Bar Council at the conclusion of investigations. Additional responsibilities include: Response to enquiries from the profession and the public in relation to legislation and regulation Provision of instructions to solicitors and counsel appearing on behalf of the Bar Council Assistance in the preparation of submissions on matters affecting the regulation of the profession Skills Required You have prior experience in a legal statutory body, professional standards, conduct or regulatory investigations area, together with demonstrated ability to rigorously analyse material and effective case management skills. You can interpret and communicate legislation to a wide range of stakeholders including the general public and the profession, and have excellent written skills with a strong attention to detail. You will also have: Eligibility to hold a current NSW Practising Certificate A strong commitment to upholding the integrity of the legal profession The ability to cultivate productive working relationships
Anglicare Victoria
VIC, Traralgon & La Trobe Valley
Flexible working environment with some travel across South Gippsland and Bass Coast shires Work with disadvantaged community members, especially victims of family violence Two year contract Community Lawyer Due to new funding, an opportunity exists for an innovative, motivated and energetic individual to join Gippsland Community Legal Service, a not for profit service managed by Anglicare Victoria.About Us:At Anglicare Victoria our focus is on transforming the futures of children and young people, families and adults. Our work is based on three guiding pillars, Prevent, Protect, Empower. We offer a comprehensive network of services and seek to ensure the provision of high quality services that will bring about significant improvements in the life experience of the young people, children and families/caregivers with whom we work.The Position: Based in Leongatha with outreach to Wonthaggi, and with a focus on victims of family violence and those experiencing mental illness, the Community Lawyer will be directly accountable to the Team Leader and the Principal Lawyer of the Gippsland Community Legal Service. Providing family violence duty lawyer service at Korumburra and Wonthaggi Magistrates' Courts, and Latrobe Valley Magistrates' Court in Morwell as needed, this position will provide disadvantaged members of the community with accessible legal information, advice, referral and representation.The legal team identifies and assists in addressing social justice issues and encourages community participation in social action; identifies and address issues of law reform; and assists with the provision of community and professional education programs.To Be Successful in this Position You Will Need: Hold, or be eligible to hold, a practising certificate under the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014. Ability to undertake a range of legal work relevant to disadvantaged clients, including family law, family violence, tenancy, employment, mental health, infringements, debts, and administrative law. Client-focused, with high level written and verbal communication. Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to commencement.For a detailed position description, PD_Leongatha Lawyer_Legal Services_ April 2018.pdf To apply for this position you will need to complete the online application. You will be requested to attach your resume and your responses to the Key Selection Criteria as separate documents.For further enquiries contact Lorraine Murray on 5135 9555Applications close Sunday 24 th June. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander PeopleAdvertised: 13 Jun 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 24 Jun 2018 AUS Eastern Standard Time PD_Leongatha Lawyer_Legal Services_ April 2018.pdf
Sydney
The Firm There is currently an opportunity for an experienced Environment & Planning Lawyer to join this impressive, top tier firm! You will be involved in a: mix of complex environment & planning matters; working with high-profile (including government) clients. You will be a: mid-level lawyer; with experience in E&P matters, gained at a similar firm; ideally experienced in acting for senior government agencies. Benefits Excellent mentoring and career development opportunities. Host of desirable employee benefits. Top of market salary. For a confidential discussion, please contact Bart Thevenot on 02 9233 7977 or 0404 757 778 (call/text anytime) and quote reference number BT/31339. Alternatively, click apply and email your resume. To view all our current roles, you can go to: - https://naimanclarke.vincere.io/careers/