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Lawyer job in Melbourne

19 February 2016 by News Desk

A qualified class action lawyer is required to fill a full time vacancy at a top legal practice in Melbourne, Australia.

melbourneMelbourne: An excellent opportunity exists to assist with the settlement administration process for one of Australia’s leading compensation and social justice firms.

The employer is a leading class action litigation practice with offices located both in the heart of the Melbourne CBD and several additional sites in outer Melbourne.

It is a well regarded, successful firm who are committed to making a genuine difference in everyday people’s lives.

The role
Requires a high level of responsibility as you’ll be working in Class Actions with recognised leaders in the field.
Busy and successful department with a high volume workload and our client is seeking to add to their class actions team.
Excellent opportunity for a lawyer to join this team and assist with the settlement administration process

The candidate
Seeking an extremely motivated and passionate individual with at least 2years + PAE within a plaintiff injuries claims environment.|
Experience in personal injuries and running these claims is essential.
The benefits
This company is genuinely people focused and truly understand the importance of maintaining a healthy work life balance and provide a number of initiatives to support this.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For a confidential discussion regarding this role or to explore other career opportunities please contact: Emma Weeber LLB.
Job Ref No: EW12153
Email: emma @ empiregroup.careers

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