Chapman Tripp is New Zealand's pre-eminent law firm. We deliver the highest levels of legal and business performance to our clients - we are strategic, commercial, decisive and personal. Our lawyers work on projects that are helping define New Zealand’s future, and as part of our team, you’ll be in the thick of the action.
If you’re talented, possess a keen interest in general corporate and commercial work and seek to make a difference, Chapman Tripp has the resources, reputation and mindset to propel you to the top.
Our market-leading corporate team is looking for an intermediate level corporate and commercial solicitor to join our Auckland office. You will have experience in a large law firm environment - international experience would be an advantage. You will be managing files and working with a team on transactions for prestigious private and public sector clients. In particular, you will have experience in general contracting and commercial work, ideally with some exposure to TMT, energy, primary production or regulated industries.
This is an interesting and varied role. We expect that you will have a strong academic background. You will work in an open, supportive and friendly environment, and be part of a highly experienced and diverse group; respected as a leading national corporate team.
As the successful candidate, you will work directly with some of New Zealand’s leading corporate/commercial lawyers. Bruce McClintock is consistently listed as a leading lawyer for TMT by Asia Pacific Legal 500, Chambers Global and Experts Guide to the World’s Leading TMT Lawyers. Stephen Lowe is named as a leading lawyer in mergers & acquisitions by IFLR1000 and recently advised Mighty River Power on all aspects of its IPO. Andrew Poole, also one of the firm's two Managing Partners, is recognised by PLC Which Lawyer? as a leading lawyer in intellectual property. Nick Wells was the independent expert to the parliamentary select committee on the Limited Partnership legislation. Ranked as an up and coming leading lawyer by Chambers Global 2012, Nick Wells is the only New Zealand lawyer to be ranked by PLC Which Lawyer? for the area of private equity: fund formation. Nick also heads up the firm’s leading Māori Services Group, Te Waka Ture. Kelly McFadzien specialises in corporate/commercial law, with an emphasis on IP and transactions and projects involving technology, infrastructure and outsourcing. Kelly’s clients often turn to her to provide advice on data protection, privacy and consumer law topics.
If you have the above attributes, we want to hear from you!
To apply, please email your CV and academic transcript to email@example.com.
For more information about this vacancy, please contact Jackie Stifter (Recruitment Advisor) on (09) 357 9294 or firstname.lastname@example.org.