- Job Listing Date
- 10 Jun 2019
- Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Legal, Insurance & Superannuation Law
Established for more than 55 years, Barry.Nilsson. is a national law firm currently comprising over 300 staff and having a formidable reputation within its three areas of expertise: insurance & health, property & commercial and family law.
Our insurance & health team is headed up by 19 well respected Principals across six states. The department is recognised throughout the insurance claims industry for producing high quality advice and delivering exceptional service. The team handles claims across all major classes of insurance and acts for the biggest names in the insurance industry both locally and overseas.
An excellent opportunity has arisen within our Sydney office for an Insurance Lawyer with 1-3 years experience in defendant insurance matters to join our team. You will be involved in a range of matters with a focus on public liability matters (property damage and personal injury). The successful candidate will possess strong communication skills and bring with them an enthusiastic approach and a focus on client service.
In taking on this role, you will receive guidance from a dedicated mentor through our structured mentoring program. In addition to this you will enjoy the benefit of good resources, an "open door" policy and a competitive salary. The firm also encourages continued learning and as part of this, there are regular in-house insurance CLE sessions to ensure our lawyers are always at the forefront with any developments in the industry.
Finally, while continuing to grow, the firm still has a very strong team environment and all staff are valued for their contribution. In recognition of this, all full-time employees enjoy every second Friday afternoon off. We believe that this displays our progressive approach and is indicative of the culture we promote.
If you would like to apply for this opportunity with the firm, please forward your confidential application to our People & Culture Adviser, Simone Matthys via Seek.
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