- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
At Amicus Legal Recruitment, our sole focus rests exclusively in the legal talent domain and we are specialists in the legal recruitment industry.
The Melbourne Branch of this renowned national firm are seeking an intermediate level Corporate Lawyer who will become a key member of their hugely successful team. This firm value the contributions of all employees and working here you will not be just a number - you will be truly valued with a number of attractive incentives in place to ensure staff maintain a happy, healthy and balanced lifestyle.
You will be working for an industry leading Practitioner and the experience you will gain in this group will be second to none. A flavour of the work will include M&A, joint ventures, trade practices, trusts, franchising and customs and trade law plus so much more!!
You will work in a firm that is well resourced and be working with award-winning Partners who are attracting the best and most complex Corporate matters in the country.
To be successful in this role you will have between - years’ post admission experience gained in a recognised private practice law firm and hold experience in advising on a diverse range of corporate and commercial law matters. Whilst technical skills are a must, you will also be expected to demonstrate a commercial approach to your work and be able to work in a busy and intellectually stimulating environment.
This particular practice group is headed up by a friendly and supportive Practitioner who truly values each member of their team. You will be joining a collegiate and enthusiastic team of professionals at a firm that offer their staff a range of benefits including flexible working arrangements and ongoing staff mentoring!
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If you would like to be considered for and this opportunity then please apply via the link on this page. Alternatively, please call Kelly Harvey on () for a highly confidential discussion.
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