ABOUT LITTLES 

Littles Lawyers is a specialist personal injury law firm with offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Melbourne. We work on a “no win-no fee” basis and represent clients in relation to motor vehicle accidents, workplace incidents, public liability incidents, institutional abuse, general insurance claims, and total and permanent disability (TPD) claims.

We put clients first in everything that we do. This means that we are:

  • Diverse: Our culturally diverse staff provide clients with tailored services in more than sixteen different languages,  ensuring our clients are heard in the language that they understand, enabling them to get the results they deserve
  • Collaborative: Littles is a modern, collaborative workplace, free from silos and hierarchies. Open, honest and free communication is encouraged and apps such as Discord and Slack have empowered Littles to execute this.
  • Tech-driven: We are committed to embracing new ways of working, as well as new places of workAt Littles, we are paperless, agile and obsessed with technology and innovation. Many of our administrative tasks are automated, and we are constantly looking for further opportunities to use ICT solutions to improve the experience we provide our clients. We have domain expertise beyond peer and industry best practice workflows and precedents.
  • Flexible: Our industry-leading embrace of technology allows our team to work flexibly and ‘work from where they work best’.

 

ABOUT THE ROLE

We are seeking a confident, driven and ambitious lawyer to join our NSW Sydney team, focusing on predominantly a Plaintiff’s CTP practice, with some WC and PL matters.

You will be working alongside our Partner and Head of NSW Claims, who is an Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law and Recommended Doyle’s Guide Lawyer. You will also be working directly with our Special Counsel, who is also an Accredited Specialist.

This permanent position is ideal for an applicant with 3+ years PAE with personal injury experience (pre-admission experience will be considered). More experienced candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Working from home (or working remotely up to 2 days a week) arrangements are available.

A highly competitive salary and bonus/incentive scheme are also on offer.

 

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

  • Ability to communication in English and Arabic will be highly regarded (not essential).
  • A minimum of 3 years of PAE experience in Plaintiff personal injury (pre-admission experience will be considered).
  • Strong organisation and planning abilities with great time management skills.
  • Ambitious, entrepreneurial, outgoing personality.
  • Strong interpersonal and business development skills.
  • Ability to introduce clients and referrers to the firm.
  • Capable of building relationships and networks to generate your own referrals.
  • Must be a team player.
  • Ability to work autonomously.

Imagine a career where your potential is developed, your skills are refined, and your accomplishments are appreciated. As we enter a phase of rapid growth, we are looking for a dedicated solicitor who is ready to make a change and leave a mark. This is more than just a job – it’s an opportunity to pursue your legal career with a firm that values your skills and offers a clear career trajectory.

 

We look forward to receiving your application.

To apply, please apply via Seek or email your CV to Jessica Cheung at jcheung@littles.co

 

ABOUT LITTLES 

Littles is one of the country’s leading compensation law firms, specialising in motor vehicle accident claims, workplace accident claims, public liability claims, medical negligence, total and permanent disability claims, and institutional and historical abuse claims.

Littles has embraced its mission of being ‘lawyers for everyone’, establishing a diverse team of lawyers providing legal services in more than sixteen different languages, with offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney and Canberra.

Littles has invested in its people and in technology to get our clients the best possible result, every time. Embracing innovation is in our DNA. Automation is our secret weapon, freeing us to focus on what matters most — delivering exceptional and unparalleled service to our clients.

At Littles, you won’t be chained to an office all day – and our people don’t want to be. We empower our staff to take the lead, build strong relationships, and we reward and promote based on achievement, not time served.

We are seeking a graduate lawyer to join our rapidly growing Melbourne CBD office.

About the Role

We are seeking a graduate lawyer fluent in Korean (written and oral communication). In this role, you will enjoy extensive client exposure and flexible work arrangements. Your key duties will be:

  • Actively managing a portfolio of diverse clients and files
  • Directly liaising with clients and relevant stakeholders
  • Drafting comprehensive legal advice and legal documentation
  • Attending court, mediations and settlement conferences
  • Briefing Counsel and experts
  • Preparing and reviewing legal documentation
  • Fostering relationships and networks to generate your own referrals

About You

  • Admitted or soon to be admitted to legal practice
  • Fluent in Korean (in both verbal and written communication)
  • An ability to relate to people at all levels and work efficiently and proactively
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Great organisational and time management skills
  • A demonstrated ability to build effective networks and relationships
  • Commitment to providing exceptional services to clients and key stakeholders
  • Experience in personal injury law is preferred but not essential

We also offer

  • A carefully curated and diverse team
  • Flexible work from home arrangements (up to 2 days per week)
  • Opportunities for interstate candidates to work from our Sydney or Brisbane offices
  • Competitive salary package commensurate with experience
  • A rapidly growing practice providing opportunity for professional growth
  • An opportunity to work for an innovative industry leader

If this opportunity aligns with your experience and career goals, we would love to hear from you.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

ABOUT LITTLES 

Littles is one of the country’s leading compensation law firms, specialising in motor vehicle accident claims, workplace accident claims, public liability claims, medical negligence, total and permanent disability claims, and institutional and historical abuse claims.

Littles has embraced its mission of being ‘lawyers for everyone’, establishing a diverse team of lawyers providing legal services in more than sixteen different languages, with offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney and Canberra.

Littles has invested in its people and in technology to get our clients the best possible result, every time. Embracing innovation is in our DNA. Automation is our secret weapon, freeing us to focus on what matters most — delivering exceptional and unparalleled service to our clients.

At Littles, you won’t be chained to an office all day – and our people don’t want to be. We empower our staff to take the lead, build strong relationships, and we reward and promote based on achievement, not time served.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our rapidly growing Melbourne CBD office.

 

About the Role

We are seeking  lawyer with at least 2 years post admission experience. In this role, you will enjoy extensive client exposure and flexible work arrangements. Your key duties will be:

  • Actively managing a portfolio of diverse clients and files
  • Directly liaising with clients and relevant stakeholders
  • Drafting comprehensive legal advice and legal documentation
  • Attending court, mediations and settlement conferences
  • Briefing Counsel and experts
  • Preparing and reviewing legal documentation
  • Fostering relationships and networks to generate your own referrals

 

About You

  • Admitted with at least 2 years post admission experience
  • An ability to relate to people at all levels and work efficiently and proactively
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Great organisational and time management skills
  • A demonstrated ability to build effective networks and relationships
  • Commitment to providing exceptional services to clients and key stakeholders
  • The ability to communicate in a second language is highly regarded

 

We also offer

  • A carefully curated and diverse team
  • Flexible work from home arrangements (up to 2 days per week)
  • Competitive salary package commensurate with experience
  • A rapidly growing practice providing opportunity for professional growth
  • An opportunity to work for an innovative industry leader

 

If this opportunity aligns with your experience and career goals, we would love to hear from you

Littles Lawyers
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