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We are looking for great people

From time to time we have positions for lawyers, legal executives and administration staff. We pride ourselves on being a firm that empowers people with our expert use of the law.

Currently we have a position for a talented family lawyer.

Family Lawyer – Intermediate to Senior

We are looking for an experienced family lawyer to join our highly regarded family law team led by Mark Tolich. This team sits within the wider practice of Corban Revell which includes civil litigation, Māori litigation, Māori commercial, property law and trust asset management.

Someone looking to further their career and enhance their skills under a leader in the field of family law would be ideal for this role.

You will be an intermediate or senior family lawyer (the minimum level of experience sought is at least 4 years post admission) and have lead provider status with Legal Aid. 

You will be someone who is competent appearing in court at all levels and is keen to do so. Ideally you will have clients and files of your own to bring with you, as well as a network of contacts to draw on to build your client base. This will be in compliment to our existing family client base and firm referrals.

The role will offer an ideal blend of autonomy, collegiality and continuing professional development within a happy, motivated and collaborative team environment.

We can be flexible with a start date for the role, including the possibility of an immediate start. Please forward your CV to manager@corbanrevell.co.nz if you are interested in applying for or wish to discuss anything (in confidence) before applying, please call Lisa Roberts, Partner on 021 922 008.

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