Solicitor - Family Law
Companies that lead with a vision that is singularly focused on achieving the best possible outcome for the client’s, first and foremost, aren’t all that common these days. Family law firms that have a genuine purpose and vision to deliver the exceptional outcomes for all their stakeholders are even more rare. Paying attention to the fine details of their cases; ensuring a strategic approach to preparation and execution; staying abreast of the complexities inherent in modern family law, commercial arrangements and likely case outcomes is how this reputable and successful law firm have established an exceptional reputation for ethical and consistently successful delivery.
ASR Recruitment is proud to be working with this well respected family law firm located on the Central Coast of NSW. They specialise in matters relating to families, specifically family law matters, wills and estates and estate disputes.
Due to continued growth the position of Family Law Solicitor will provide will provide opportunities to work and act in many different areas within Family Law including Property Settlement, Divorce and Separation, Parenting Matters, De Facto Matters and Children’s Court Work.
As a Family Law solicitor with this firm, you will be able to develop your legal skills as a negotiator, and work collaboratively with other practitioners across various alternative dispute resolution platforms. You will be able to progress your advocacy skills through regular court appearances, work in litigation across a number of jurisdictions including - Federal Circuit Court, Family Court, Children’s Court and the Local Court. Alongside, you will receive comprehensive support from our principal lawyer.
- A completed bachelor's degree (or higher) in law
- Completed Practical Law Training (PLT) and awarded your Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP) therefore being admitted to practice.
- A minimum of 3-5 years post admission experience
- A self-starter
- Ability to work autonomously
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability and drive to hit work performance targets
- Any formal study in Family Law whilst studying is favourable but not essential