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Litigation Lawyer - Auckland

16 August 2019

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Turner Hopkins is a thriving general practice with 4 partners, a staff of 40 and a highly regarded and growing Litigation Team.  We act for a wide variety of clients including SME’s, private/high net worth individuals and larger corporate clients.

The litigation team is expanding which provides an exciting opportunity for the right person to develop and grow in this challenging and varied role.  We are looking for a Litigation Lawyer, ideally, with 2 – 4 years’ experience in general civil litigation.

You will be assisting the firm’s Litigation/Dispute Resolution Team working across a diverse range of civil litigation in a variety of Courts and Tribunals.  We are a fast-paced collaborative team and we also work closely with our commercial property colleagues in commercial disputes.

Ideally you will be looking to build on your knowledge of civil and employment law and written litigation skills to progress to appearances in Court and employment mediations.  The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a proven ability to establish and retain client relationships.  There are genuine long-term career opportunities for the right candidate.

Turner Hopkins has been providing legal services for almost 100 years and has an enviable reputation as one of Auckland’s most successful and highly regarded non-CBD practices.  We offer our employees a genuine work/life balance and actively support staff members in their outside work activities and provide flexibility in order to achieve this.  At the same time conditions and remuneration are on par with those offered in central city practices.

Our working environment is extremely welcoming, friendly and supportive, situated in bustling Takapuna (just one block away from Auckland’s best beach).

Please send expressions of interest and an accompanying CV (in strict confidence) to: Sue.williams-warren@turnerhopkins.co.nz

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Last updated on the 16th August 2019