Litigation Paralegal Jobs in Australia : 1 job openings

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Melbourne CBD
Are you a leasing Paralegal? Join a team where you will be rewarded and truly appreciated..We are on the hunt for a switched on leasing paralegal to join our client, a national mid-tier law firm... Working across a range of property, construction and planning matters, the real estate and construction team are a rapidly growing team, with the need for a leasing paralegal to join them. Typical duties may include:Managing client portfolios from start to finish Drafting and preparing leasing documents Liaising with internal and external stakeholders Assisting clients directly with queries Preparing and finalising invoices Opening and closing files This firm is known for being an employer of choice who go above and beyond to support team members. Enjoy a laid-back environment, supportive team and excellent remuneration. Leasing Paralegals with over 2 years` experience are encouraged to apply. Roles like this do not come about often!! To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kate Wain on 03 8676 0382 or email your CV to
Remedy Resourcing
Brisbane, Queensland
Paralegal | Corporate and Commercial Law- Innovative Brisbane firm with a reputation for excellence.- This is a highly stimulating role to join a reputable and growing division.- Fantastic benefits, social events and harmonious firmThis innovative and stylish full service firm have gained both a notable national presence and a great working environment in a very short space of time. A new opportunity to join the commercial division of this boutique firm has now arisen for an experienced paralegal with previous experience in commercial law matters. Within this winning atmosphere sits an accomplished team with a tight knit and collaborative approach to work whilst maintaining very high client service standards.The commercial team works deals with an enviable mix of high end structuring and commercial legal matters for valued clients that includes high net worth individuals, multinational companies and SME's. Given the complexity of the commercial advisory and structuring work performed by this team, variety in your commercial law background will be an advantage, as will any exposure to areas such as corporate advisory, financial services regulation, mergers & acquisitions, initial public offerings (IPO's), capital raising, insolvency and corporate goveance, superannuation, taxation, and property.This team invests heavily in its people and traditionally the group has very little tuover. Due to the long-term view held by the partners, the firm is prepared to consider candidates who are recent Law graduates but are able to demonstrate prior experience as a paralegal or a high level personal assistant in commercial law in the areas listed above.If you are committed to forging your career in Commercial Law, this team will commit to you and invest the time and mentoring to shape you into an impressive paralegal (or future lawyer) as you desire. Your ambition and strong work ethic will see your career flourish and you will enjoy the staff benefits and a pleasant, social working environment. In retu, you will be rewarded with autonomy, responsibility and respect beyond expectation and a competitive market salary.Seize this opportunity to make a difference in your career and join this innovative and fast growing Firm. If you are interested in an exciting and new opportunity, please get in touch and 'apply now'. For more information, please contact Emily Gomez of Remedy Resourcing on 0432549170 or via email [Apply online]
Melbourne, Victoria, AU
Requirements:Completed Diploma of Children's ServicesStrong understanding of the National Quality Framework and EYLF with proven resultsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsAt least 2 years experience in a diploma role
MSA National
HAVE YOU COMPLETED, OR ARE CURRENTLY STUDYING, A CERTIFICATE IN LEGAL SERVICES/ CONVEYANCING/ BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION? If so, keep reading...We currently have an exciting opportunity for entry level candidates to apply for our Mortgage Paralegal role, working in a fun and friendly environment.About the OrganisationMSA National is a leading law firm with over 30 years experience in the mortgage industry. We provide mortgage documentation and settlement services to funders, mortgage managers, originators, and mortgage brokers, working closely with a number of major banks.We are an innovative leader in technology solutions, were early adopters of PEXA, and have recently launched our own mobile VOI app - idme, as well as New Generation Digital Docs enabling customers to sign their mortgage documents digitally anywhere in the world.Most importantly 'We are people helping people' going above and beyond to deliver exceptional customer experiences.About the RoleWe currently have a range of roles available, and once fully trained, your daily task may include;•High volume data entry using in house systems •High volume of preparation of home loan documents •Checking executed mortgage documentation •On line searches •Communicating via email and phone to key stakeholders such as Mortgage Brokers, Borrowers' Solicitors and major Australian banks •Checking executed mortgage documentation, •On line searches, •Dealing with key stakeholders such as Mortgage Brokers, Borrowers' Solicitors and major Australian banks, •Certifying files, •Booking in and organising property settlements •Calculating discharge payout figures •Organising on-line settlements using PEXA •Drawing cheque requisitions and receipts •General file management duties.About YouThe best thing about these role are you don't need loads of experience to apply! The most important things we are looking for is willingness to learn and positive attitude.In addition our ideal candidates will have;•Excellent communication skills •Basic computer skills •Very high attention to detail •Strong problem solving skills •Enthusiastic and willing to learn •Experience working in a customer focused role •Previous office/ administration experience (desirable, not essential) •Experience working in a high volume processing environment (desirable, not essential)•Certificates in Legal Services/ Conveyancing/ Business Services will be highly regardedIs this exactly what you have been looking for?Do you match the criteria we are looking for?If so, we would love to hear from you!
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At Amicus Legal Recruitment, our sole focus rests exclusively in the legal talent domain and we are specialists in the legal recruitment industry. Two of our major clients who are both equally highly respected law firms are currently seeking the services of experienced Mortgage Paralegals/ Law Clerks who will thrive in fast paced environments and can manage a high-volume workloads, are proactive, problem solvers, confident in their work performance and have flexible and adaptive attitudes. The 3 roles on offer are:1. Residential Mortgage ParalegalWorking for one of Australia's leading National Law Firms specialising in Banking & Finance Law, this role will see the successful candidate running residential files from start to finish. Knowledge of PEXA is highly desired as well as a minimum 2 years in a similar position from either a property conveyancing or mortgage background. Attention to detail, organisation skills and intermediate to advanced computer skills will see you succeed in this exciting role.2. Commercial Mortgage Law Clerk X2Seeking both a Senior Law Clerk/ Paralegal with 10 years previous experience and an Intermediate Law clerk with 3- 6 years experience in a similar position this Global firm has TWO roles to offer within there reputable Finance Practice. While these positions will see you responsible for running files end to end with minimum supervision your previous experience preparing documents and correspondence, reviewing contracts and leases, time recording and billing and liaising with major banks, internal and external clients and team members will all see to your success in this role. Knowledge of PEXA is essential as well as front-end transnational banking. To be considered for any of these fantastic roles, as stated above, you will have previous experience working within a similar position, hold either a High School Certificate or Certificate in Office/Business Administration, Advanced Microsoft Office skills, be familiar with Residential or Commercial conveyancing/mortgage files and practices as well as have experience using a document management system and billing/time recording systems. If any of these 3X TOP positions are an opportunity you would like to pursue then we would love to hear from you. Register your interest today by clicking 'APPLY' and following the link on this page. Alternatively, please call Emily Doyle or Kelly Harvey on (03) 8691 3116 for a confidential discussion or to find out more. To view all of Amicus Legal Recruitment's current Legal Secretary, PA/EA, Paralegal and other legal support positions, visit our website:
Page Personnel
Sydney CBD
About Our Client My client is a leading National Law Firm offering an inclusive and collaborative work environment with true career advancement opportunities. Job Description This is an end to end Paralegal role and duties will include - issuing contracts, preparing reports for clients and working independly to deliver on the expectations of clients. The Successful Applicant You will be an experienced Paralegal with an exceptionally high attention to detail and a ability to lead a team. What's on Offer A competitive base salary and an opportunity to advance your career in a collaborative environment.
Dare Legal Recruitment
Brisbane, Queensland
The FirmOur client is a progressive and innovative boutique commercial law firm with an excellent, and long established, property practice.The firm has expertise in residential and commercial property, property development, body corporate and general property related matters and transactions. This firm is also an employer of choice and looks after its staff exceptionally well thanks to their exceptional leadership team.Property is a key practice area of the firm so this is a great place to be if you are a motivated property paralegal.The OpportunityAn opportunity has arisen for an experienced conveyancing paralegal to undertake a three week assignment in the firm's busy property practice.You will have at least three years' experience in conveyancing and be confident in running conveyancing files from start to finish with minimal supervision. A great attitude and team approach are also a must.If this sounds like you, please APPLY today.Please note, this role is unfortunately not suitable for law students or graduate lawyers with no conveyancing experience.Find Out MoreAlteatively, for a confidential discussion, please call Anthony Dare (LLB) on (07) 3849 4501 or email him at [Apply online]. After hours call are welcomed on 0412 717 943 - we are available 24x7 for our candidates.If this role is not quite what you are looking for but you would like to speak with someone, please contact us. We currently have a number of opportunities for paralegals and are working on a range of roles across private practice, in-house and govement. Many of these opportunities aren't advertised so it pays to be on our radar! Our skill and vast networks will get you where you need to be.DLR is a specialist legal recruitment agency owned and operated by lawyers.
Warwick Farm
This vacancy is open only to Aboriginal and Torres Strait applicants, reflecting our commitment to the ABC's Reconciliation Action Plan, ABC Equity and Diversity Plan and the Equal Employment Opportunity (Commonwealth Authorities) Act 1987.Be a part of Australia's independent national broadcasterConvenient CBD location in the heart of Ultimo (near Central Station)Fantastic Law Student Internship in ABC Legal for 12 Months from January – December 2018Part-Time Hours (two days per week flexible, and can accommodate uni vacations)Up to K p.a. (pro rata) + Generous SuperAbout the ABCThe ABC is the nation's most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,000 employees from diverse backgrounds, located across over 50 locations around Australia and overseas, we are proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality programming that informs, educates and entertains Australian communities.Come and join ABC Legal and start your career in the dynamic and passionate media industry. The ABC's a great place to work; we provide various opportunities for Indigenous staff, including attending the national Indigenous staff conference, career support and a mentoring program and activities during NAIDOC and Reconciliation week.You'll have a friendly and supportive environment to learn and grow in, with a vibrant, dynamic, and cohesive team and a mentor who will help you with any questions and give you regular opportunities to talk about your progress. You'll also have access to a network of Indigenous staff and support from the ABC's Indigenous Employment Manager.About the RoleThis is an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated law student who enjoys working collaboratively with others and has a genuine interest in the media including evolving digital platforms.Working with senior lawyers, you will:Carry out legal research, proofreading and draftingAssist ABC lawyers providing pre-publication advice on contempt, defamation and copyrightAssist the Disputes team managing complaints and litigationReview and assist in the development of training and reference materialsAssist with the development of submissions on law reform issuesAbout YouIf you also have the following attributes, we would love to hear from you:Curious and with a demonstrated interest in the mediaEnrolled in an undergraduate law degree and at 4th year of study or beyondPreferably have studied or enrolled to study media law and intellectual property lawGood legal research, basic drafting, and proofreading skillsStrong oral and written communication skillsFor further information contact Ms Lisa Karagiannis (Executive Assistant) at Karagiannis.[Click Apply].au Applications Close 9 am Monday 13 November 2017. No late applications will be consideredRecruitment Agency applications will not be accepted.Advertised: 03 Nov 2017 AUS Eastern Daylight TimeApplications close: 13 Nov 2017 AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Founded in 1924, Woolworths Limited is Australia's largest retailer with more than 3,000 stores across Australia and New Zealand employing more than 195 000 people. Woolworths manages some of Australia's most recognised and trusted brands including Woolworths, Caltex Woolworths, Countdown, Dan Murphy's, BWS, Langtons, Cellarmasters, Big W and ALH.We endeavour to create a world class experience for our customers across all of our stores and platforms.About the Legal TeamWoolworths’ Group Legal function services the entire Group by providing timely, professional and frank legal advice that addresses the company’s risk profile and helps guide our business clients to lead the market in a fast-paced, nimble environment.About the roleWe are currently looking for an experienced Property Paralegal to join a large cross functional project team, based in our Bella Vista office.In this role, you will be responsible for:Drafting legal documents as required, including legal memos, written reports and other legal documentation and correspondence as requiredAssisting the Legal Team with the administration and management of property files and projectsBuilding and managing working relationshipsMonitoring and researching legislative changes that affect the business as requiredAs part of the support for Endeavour Drinks Group, management of liquor licensing applications.About youSignificant experience as a Property Paralegal - with a well regarded legal firm or in-house legal teamStrong property legal background and knowledgeHigh attention to detail and strong organisational skillsStrong written and verbal communication skills, stakeholder management and relationship building skillsProven ability to work autonomously and in a highly collaborative team focused environment.Sound like your next opportunity? Apply now or head along discover more!
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Location: Melbourne
About the Role: Due to rapid growth, this leading national law firm is seeking an experienced Family Law Senior Associate to join their team based in Melbourne. In this role, you will offer a personalised, comprehensive and commercially realistic service to clients. You will need to have a degree of sensitivity to deal with all aspects of family law including divorce, children's and property matters, and de facto or domestic partnerships. You will work along high-profile partners in a close-knit team. What's on offer: The firm offers Senior Associates: A competitive remuneration package Genuine career prospects with professional and personal training and development opportunities A team environment that is collaborative, welcoming and where hard work is rewarded Numerous staff discounts and a health and wellbeing program About you: Suitable candidates will demonstrate: 6+ years' PAE with exposure to a range of complex family law matters Having highly developed interpersonal skills with a dedication to family law, and in particular in respect to complex property and financial matters Having high attention to detail with a strong client focus, confidence, and enthusiasm For a confidential discussion please contact Craig Burrows LLB. BCom at Burrows Legal on +613 9614 5522 or submit you details by following the application link below.