Law firms have often tried something unique to attract new lawyers – particularly when they’re based in smaller centres – and now Ashburton’s Arrowsmith Law is doing something different again.
The firm is offering to train a new lawyer to fly, providing an all expenses paid licencing deal with the Mid Canterbury Aero Club.
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Arrowsmith principal Greg Martin has been seeking a recruit for his busy practice for a year and decided he would do something different.
The law job has all the benefits that a busy practice and busy provincial firm can provide, but the addition of a $15,000-$20,000 pilot’s licence is something that just might do the trick, he believes.
The Arrowsmith legal role offers many professional and lifestyle opportunities, as Greg Martin explains:
“Ashburton’s that kind of place where you can come to work, you can pop home at lunchtime, unpack the dishwasher, pop in to see your GP, see a friend on your way home and still be back behind the desk with 10 minutes to spare,” he told TVNZ this week.
The town was in the news last year when it was reported that there were over 500 jobs on offer.
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