Property/Construction Litigation Lawyer – Senior Solicitor - Auckland
- Class action litigation
- Flexibility + Life Friendly
- Work with industry leading lawyers
Our firm is growing. Excellent new opportunity for a Senior lawyer to join our dispute resolution team based in central Auckland. Chance to progress your career quickly in high profile varied property and commercial litigation work. This role offers cutting edge work, top mentorship and attractive remuneration.
Adina Thorn Lawyers is an industry leading specialist disputes resolution practice, known for our work in construction disputes, leaky building litigation and large class actions.
- Major class action litigation
- High levels of client contact and responsibility
- Drafting, advising, pleadings and submissions
- Attendance at mediation and Court hearings
- Option for Permanent Full-time or Contract basis.
Skills and experience
- 5-10 years’ experience with construction or insurance dispute experience
- A proactive, positive and energetic approach with a commitment to provide excellent client-focused service
- Solid business acumen and ability to articulate and negotiate effectively
- Experience in the High Court and Weathertight Homes Tribunal preferred (a background in other areas of litigation would also be considered)
- Superior drafting ability
- Qualifications/knowledge of the property industry, science or engineering an advantage
- The ability to work independently
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
More about us
Our clients range from large construction companies to body corporates to home owners. We have specialist expertise across a broad range of areas including property litigation, valuation disputes, land compensation claims and advisory work for body corporates. Some of the team hold BProp or BCom degrees. The firm has a particular interest in litigation funding.
If you would like to discuss the role in confidence please call Adina Thorn directly on 021 654 442
Alternatively, e-mail your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants must have NZ residency (or valid NZ work permit) and hold a current Practising Certificate.
Last updated on the 20th March 2020