From The Movies To Public Defence Law Roles – The Top 5 New Zealand Law Jobs

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The range and scope of New Zealand legal jobs continues to grow, according to New Zealand law jobs network LawFuel who have the top 5 law jobs in New Zealand currently.  Among the legal roles are fixed term and long term roles and one role with the Disputes Tribunal as a referee, assisting in a cornerstone job in New Zealand’s justice system.

Among the law jobs for the week:

New Zealand Film Commission are seeking a lawyer with experience for a fixed terms (12-15 months) to help the Commission assess risk as a Crown Entity and to work within one of the most interesting and vibrant sectors of the New Zealand economy.

The New Zealand Public Defence Service is New Zealand’s largest criminal law practice and they have two key roles on offer currently, providing top opportunities for lawyers to develop their litigation work in both Christchurch and at the busy Manukau Court in Auckland.

The Christchurch PDS jobs involve intermediate lawyers with at least 2 years’ experience who can work within the Christchurch PDS office with a variety of interesting and varied legal work, enjoying the supportive environment and training provided by the Ministry of Justice in these key roles.     The Auckland-based role is for a junior criminal defence lawyer who will work within a large team and with top training and support.

A route to partnership is provided in a job offered in the Taupo district by a leading law firm with plenty of work, good support and great prospects to develop a top career with this firm in one of the country’s most beautiful regions.  The law job is for a senior associate or solicitor.

The role for a referee at the Disputes Tribunal in Hawkes Bay is another interesting role that is suitable for either someone with a legal background or anyone who has the appropriate background and interest to undertake an interesting position working with the Disputes Tribunal network, one of the efficient and busy components of the Ministry of Justice, providing significant decision-making for thousands of New Zealanders seeking to resolve a variety of disputes.

The LawFuel Law Jobs network continues to promote and expand its law jobs across the LawFuel network of jobs, news and law jobs social media outlets, the most focused and largest law jobs network in New Zealand.  You can list your role across the entire network at this link.




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