Solicitor/Senior Solicitor - Dandenong
Come and right wrong with us. At Shine Lawyers, we are a non-traditional law firm.
We’re a national team of 700+ dedicated professional people who enjoy coming in each day to help make a difference. We are fortunate to work with people across a range of personal injury litigation matters. Our offices across Australia continue to progress and grow their practices aiming for the best results for their clients. A hands-on approach at all levels means that Shine is a law firm willing to tackle multi-nationals or explore home grown issues in the fight for justice.
Due to substantial growth, an opportunity has arisen to join us as a Solicitor/Senior Solicitor in the rich, culturally diverse suburb of Dandenong.
- Provide clients with legal advice and representation to obtain compensation for their injuries
- Work across a range of personal injury matters (including workers' compensation and TAC)
- Develop and maintain strong working relationships with all stakeholders
- Effectively assess claims on a commercial basis
- Draft legal documentation and detailed letters of advice
- Minimum 4 years' PAE in Personal Injury
- Workers' compensation or TAC file expertise highly valued
- Strong attention to detail
- Ability to manage large volumes of files
- Enjoy working on legally challenging and factually complex matters
- High standard of legal drafting skills
- Maturity and confidence to communicate with client’s with mental health issues
- A desire to be part of a strong and cohesive team
- Ability to communicate effectively with experts in multiple fields
What We Offer
An ASX listed company with great aspirations, growing into more emerging practice areas and new geographic regions. Our search is for like-minded people, passionate about righting wrong and putting the client at the heart of all they do. We offer:
- Opportunity to reach your potential
- Competitive remuneration and incentive program
- A progressive and supportive working environment
We look forward to receiving your application