paralegal - pegasus legal
Pegasus Legal (www.pegasus-legal.com) is a boutique legal practice advising on projects in energy and infrastructure seeking a 3rd year or higher law student to join the practice as a paralegal. For more information, please consult this document.
paralegal - o’loughlin westhoff
O’Loughlin Westhoff is a boutique Sydney-based law firm looking for a bright and eager paralegal to join our team on a casual basis. The firm practices primarily in financial services, regulatory and taxation disputes, white collar crime, and corporations law. This is not an administrative role – working with us will provide you with the opportunity to collaborate on substantive, high-responsibility legal work with a high-performing team. You will be mentored by the Principal and will be contributing to high-profile matters.
Your cover letter should address the following requirements for the role:
Immaculate attention to detail
Strong research skills
An ability to think critically and independently
Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite
A strong desire to enter into and remain in the legal profession
Experience in a paralegal capacity, as well as familiarity with firm practice management software (such as LEAP or similar software), will be highly regarded
The ideal candidate will be a final year law student or recent law graduate, have a minimum of a distinction average academic record and will be available at least 2-3 days during semester and more during university holidays.
The current pay rate is $35 per hour on a casual basis.
If the above sounds like you, please forward your CV, academic record, a brief cover letter and your availability during semester and holidays to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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paralegal - australian federal police
The AFP is implementing a casual workforce Paralegal Program aimed at second year and beyond law students. Law students entering the AFP casual workforce Paralegal Program will gain experience working in a government legal practice which manages complex and sensitive law enforcement, national security and civil litigation matters. It will be an excellent development opportunity for students as they will be exposed to a variety of work across different areas of law while building on skills gained through their studies.
The AFP provides a flexible work environment which will enable the successful candidates to adapt working hours to fit in with their studies.
The AFP has two legal teams with lawyers located across Australia, including in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane. The work undertaken by the legal teams, like that of the AFP, is rewarding and very challenging and contributes significantly to the work of the AFP and our officers located in some 40 countries.
The legal teams have very strong professional oversight and development programs, and our lawyers are typically sourced from leading national firms, the Attorney-General’s department and the Offices of Commonwealth and State Prosecutors. One team undertakes proceeds of crime litigation (civil in nature), with litigators appearing as solicitors on the record, while the other team provides legal services in relation to national security, police operations, privacy, Freedom of Information, commercial and employment law.
For more information on the role and how to apply, please consult this document.