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Our Practice

ARL’s general law practice provides quality legal services within New Zealand for every situation that affects people, their families and their businesses.

Offering a practical approach in providing effective legal assistance to our clients is a core driver for our firm and we are committed to removing barriers to understanding and de-mystifying legal processes.

Our Partners, lawyers and staff are proud to be part of a team culture that is based upon the fundamental principle that every client is unique and respected and that the matters that are of concern to them are important.

Staff Vacancies

Dispute Resolution / Litigation Lawyer

ARL Lawyers is a highly regarded medium sized legal practice in the heart of Lower Hutt.  Our four specialist teams work together to offer sound, cost-effective solutions for their clients.

ARL Lawyers is in a period of growth and an exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated, well-rounded lawyer to join the Dispute Resolution / Litigation Team.

Ideally, you will have:

  • 4 or more years PQE*
  • Excellent research and communication skills
  • The ability to confidently provide clients with timely and accurate advice
  • Strong advocacy skills and the desire to achieve great results for your clients.

We offer:

  • Exposure to high quality and varied work in the field of mediation, employment law and civil litigation
  • The opportunity to work alongside and receive ongoing training and development from experienced practitioners
  • A modern, family-friendly working environment with the ability to negotiate flexible working hours to suit your circumstances and lifestyle
  • A competitive market-rate salary and benefits.

If you are a self-starter, thrive in a busy environment, have great client relationship skills and a good sense of humour then we want to hear from you.

To apply please forward your CV and a covering letter to jeanne.mcdonald@arl-lawyers.co.nz by 1 December 2017.

*This role requires a current NZ Law Society Practising Certificate and recent NZ experience.