250 AU$ / Monthly

Junior Lawyer, Adelaide, The Hr Room

Junior Lawyer, Adelaide, The Hr Room

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  • Job type: Full time
  • Contract type: Permanent
  • Salary type: Monthly
  • Occupation: Junior lawyer
  • Min. Salary: 250000000

Location + Location -

  • Country: Australia
  • Region: South Australia
  • City: Adelaide
  • Address: Adelaide

Description + Description -

Learn and grow within South Australia’s most highly regarded law firmAdelaide CBD location (with flexible work arrangements) About the business Come and join one of South Australia’s most well-regarded law firms, with offices spanning the State. Protect the rights of South Australian’s in remote, regional and metropolitan areas in family law, injury law, workers compensation, hearing loss, unfair dismissal, disputed estates, conveyancing, wills, and estate administration.With a progressive and supportive culture, individuals with a zealous attitude about the law and fantastic client service skills are sure to succeed. Growth has no boundaries as the firm continues to expand state-wide. With a rich 130-year history, the firm continues to move forward and respond to industry changes with innovative service offerings and internal practices. Hard work and tangible achievements will be rewarded with our market-leading bonus structure.Soak up the knowledge of the experienced legal practitioners you’ll be working alongside. Take advantage of the mentoring and professional development opportunities available to you.About the role Get ready to delve into interesting and fulfilling matters with equal amounts of mentoring and support from your experienced teammates. As a Lawyer, you will oversee and be involved in a wide range of matters from beginning to end. You will:Have a hands-on role in dealing with a busy but extremely interesting and diverse case-load;Advocate for your clients and not be afraid to get 'stuck in' and attend in Courts and Tribunals on a regular basis;Receive instructions and provide advice to clients about their matter and relish the opportunity to be provided with sufficient autonomy to run your own file load but also be in a team that allows problems to be solved collaboratively;Settle a range of legal documents;Guide clients through the legal process;Engage in client development and contribute to the ongoing growth of the firm; andReport to the Partners with respect to service and advice being provided to clients.Being part of our agile legal practice means we deeply value your input to help refine processes and ensure the best delivery of service to clients. Being able to adapt to ongoing changes in the legal industry and have a solution-based mindset is key.Therefore, you will be able to: Take ownership of your work;You will be able to work autonomously and cooperatively in a team environment with appropriate supervision;You will have strong analytical and written communication skills to provide a high level of legal assistance, be highly organised and self-motivated with a demonstrated ability to appear as an advocate in court;Be responsible for the service and turnaround times for matters;Report directly to the Senior Associate Lawyer;Use your initiative to ensure best outcomes for clients; andBe able to continually embrace change.This is a full-time position based in the heart of Adelaide.Rate is negotiable and will be commensurate with experience.If you believe you fit the criteria for this position then please apply now. All applications are to be sent to applynow@thehrroom.com.auPlease note - only suitable applicants will be contacted.It's time to audit and update employee communications practices, with a specialist warning it's unlikely that many employers' strategies now hit everyone . Employee communications is going through a transitional phase as employers consider what they want to keep from their ramped-up pandemic-related efforts, what's no longer needed, and what they want to enhance, says Sefiani (…) Modern award and enterprise bargaining changes will play a crucial role in improving the current industrial relations system so it is fairer and makes workplaces more productive, the Productivity Commission says. In its sixth interim report arising from the Federal Government's five-year productivity inquiry, the Commission sets out how the at times adversarial IR system (…) An employee whose attitude and conduct crossed a line after his colleague's workplace treatment has failed to prove he was unfairly sacked. In January this year, PumpEng accused the group technical support employee of breaching its code of conduct, policies and procedures when he: * threatened a manager by saying he would go after him; (…)

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