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Legal Jobs Abounding in New Zealand and on Law Jobs Site

Legal Jobs Abounding in New Zealand and on Law Jobs Site

LawFuel Law Jobs - Recent news about an increase in legal jobs during 2017 is reflected in the growth of New Zealand's largest, dedicated law jobs site, LawFuel Law Jobs.

The recent ALPMA/McLeod Duminy survey showed that most of the surveyed law firms foresaw an increase in law jobs during the coming year, reflecting largely a desire to grow their law practices rather than to simply replace lawyers who leave.

LawFuel's law jobs site has recently listed a record number of new law jobs ranging from government and corporate law positions, to private practice law jobs throughout New Zealand.

Among the recent jobs are a senior legal counsel position with the Commerce Commission.

Also included are -

>> A commercial/property/private client solicitor in Christchurch

>> A commercial law job in Auckland

>> An intermediate commercial solicitor role in the Bay of Plenty

>> A legal 'superstar' is sought for a commercial/trust lawyer in Waikanae

>> A resource management lawyer is sought in Dunedin

>> A mandarin-speaking lawyer for a Bay of Plenty law job

Additionally there are legal jobs being posted daily across the country and across the profession itself, as a buoyant economy, lawyers seeking prospects in some of the boutique firms and provincial areas seek to move their lives and their professional work into new areas.

The full range of law jobs can be seen on the LawFuel law jobs site here. LawFuel also increasingly publishes content around legal careers and law jobs on the main New Zealand law news site.

About LawFuel - LawFuel New Zealand is the major independent law news and law jobs site in New Zealand, part of the LawFuel News & Jobs network published globally from New Zealand since 2001


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