A newly listed legal role for Cook Islands Solicitor General has been listed with the LawFuel law jobs network, providing for a key role in the Cook Islands and for a candidate who can start working at an early date.
The role, for three years, is an important one for the Islands with a successful candidate having experience in criminal, civil and public law litigation at all levels and with experience in providing constitutional and public law advice.
The Cook Islands Crown Law Office are particularly interested in an applicant who is fluent in Cook Islands Maori, although that is not an essential requirement for the job.
The details on the Solicitor General role can be seen on the LawFuel law jobs network here.
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Jackson Russell is also seeking a senior associate or associate with six years’ PQE for a role in their friendly CBD Auckland office working with the firm’s business law team.
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