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Employment Lawyer – Part time

Our client is a sole practising Barrister specialising solely in employment law. She is in high demand and run off her feet! She needs some help! We are looking for a special someone who can ease her workload by assisting represent her client’s interests. Due to her reputation most of her work originates from referrals so it is diverse, interesting and challenging, spanning the full spectrum of employment law.

The ideal candidate will have NZ employment law experience although someone with a background in civil litigation could also be considered. You will be an excellent communicator with strong client and problem solving skills. This is a wonderful opportunity to work alongside an experienced and highly regarded Barrister. Enjoy the relaxed, friendly but productive culture and grow your career as a specialist employment lawyer.

If you would like to explore this further send your CV by clicking on the apply button below or call Louise Tallentire on 09 968 8241 for a confidential discussion.

Salt is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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Job Reference: JO-1907-150580
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Job Locations: Auckland
Job Types: Permanent

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