Lawyer, Litigation



Your new company Our client is a fast growing law firm based in the Sydney CBD practising across construction, strata, commercial, civil litigation and insurance law. Our client is committed to ensuring that the firm has a great culture and that their staff are supported to forge the legal careers that they want for themselves. Your new role You will report into Partners that are experts in their field and have day to day carriage of a range of strata, construction, commercial and civil matters.

The majority of work will be litigation focused however, you will also gain exposure to front end, advisory matters. What you'll need to succeed You will be admitted to practice in Australia and hold a current NSW practising certificate. Our client is open to considering Lawyers with 1 years experience up to Partner level candidates.

Experience in either construction or strata law is preferred however our client is also open to general litigation backgrounds if you have a interest to specialise in this space. What you'll get in return On offer is an opportunity to fast track your career, our client rewards high performance and recognises success. You will receive a competitive salary package, enjoy a high performing, inclusive culture and develop in an area that is in demand in the market.

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 or email this to

au. If you would like to find out more about this role please call Emma Tarr on 02 8226 9651 for a confidential discussion. 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.

SA Licence number : LHS 297508.

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30 May 2020


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