Corporate Solicitor - Auckland
We have an exceptional opportunity for a smart lawyer with 4+ years’ top-tier experience to join, and support, our growing specialist corporate practice in Auckland.
We advise on all aspects of corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions, equity capital raising and investments, shareholder/joint investment arrangements, corporate governance and Takeovers Code transactions. We have market-leading expertise on innovative forms of capital raising, including equity crowdfunding and social bonds. Our clients include NZX and ASX-listed companies, private equity and impact investment funds, entrepreneurs, charities and start-ups.
Our expertise is independently recognised:
- we have been nominated as finalist six times across three categories at the New Zealand Law Awards, including being finalist for “Boutique Law Firm of the Year” at the two most recent New Zealand Law Awards and winning “Mid-Market Deal of the Year” in 2016;
- we are ranked as a leading corporate firm in the principal global legal directories, Chambers Asia Pacific 2019 and The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019; and
- we are described by clients as “very diligent and responsive with top-notch business acumen” and “equally adept across all sizes of transaction” (The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019).
The work we do is complex – offering significant opportunities to develop, learn and lead. As a tight knit team, you will work closely with, and be mentored by, our senior lawyers – some of New Zealand’s most highly-respected corporate lawyers.
We embrace flexible and remote working, making the most of our fully cloud based software. We successfully balance work with what is important to us outside the office.
Our team is diverse, but share many years’ experience working in top-tier law firms in New Zealand and overseas.
If you wish to apply for this opportunity, please send a copy of your CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
We welcome applications for part-time, and from lawyers returning to New Zealand, as well as in house lawyers considering a return to private practice.
Last updated on the 29th July 2019