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Name Of the Company : Hesketh Henry
Company Location : Auckland
Country : New Zealand
Civil Litigation Lawyer – 3-4 years PQE :
** We are seeking a well organised and capable civil litigator to join our Litigation and Disputes Resolution team.
** Ideally you will have 3-4 years PQE with experience in the insurance, construction and employment fields, have good academic results and be able to work with minimal direct supervision.
** To be successful in this role you will need to be a self starter, with ambition and drive to achieve and be keen on exposure to a broad range of litigation areas.
** You should possess well developed communication and interpersonal skills.
** You will be joining a collegial and supportive team with partners who are knowledgeable and approachable.
** If this sounds like a role that matches your experience and expectations please send your CV (with academic transcript) and a cover letter outlining why you would be an asset to the team to – Tamar Hart, Senior Administrator, or email email@example.com
Making your Application :
Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent to:
Private Bag 92093
As well as an Application Form, we would value a CV which includes, in more detail, 3 to 4 pages
About us :
** Hesketh Henry began its life with a challenging horseback journey from Dunedin to Auckland.
** When Thomas Bannatyne Gillies arrived in Auckland in 1865, he went to the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and Industry to get some handy hints on the Auckland business scene for his practice.
** Gillies had initially set up his law practice in Dunedin, but his instincts suggested that greater prospects lay in the colonial town of Auckland, which had a population of twelve thousand at the time, and a Chamber of Commerce which had been established only nine years previously in 1856.
** Gillies opened offices in Wyndham Street and was soon joined by John Richmond. Edwin Hesketh joined the firm in 1870, a year after Gillies retired to become Superintendent of the Province of Auckland.
Contact us :
Level 14, PwC Tower
188 Quay Street