Graduate Lawyer – Personal Injury
- Regional Victorian location
- Diverse and interesting matters
- Workers’ Compensation - TAC - Crimes Compensation
Grainger Legal is a progressive, experienced, evolving and compassionate firm. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Graduate Lawyer to join our Personal Injury department.
- Assist senior lawyers with the day-to-day operations of files/client management
- Be the first point of contact for clients and answer clients’ enquiries
- Work with mixed file load across workers' compensation and TAC matters
- Prepare matters for conference and hearing including preparation of court documents, legal documents and general correspondence
- Prepare briefs and documents such as claim forms, schedules of damages and liaise with Counsel
- Correspond and liaise with medical practitioners and other experts
- Coordinate medico-legal appointments, compulsory conferences and mediations
- Administration tasks as required
- Draft statements and other legal documents as required
- Excellent client service skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including interpersonal skills
- Ability to multitask, prioritise and work under pressure
- Proactive, self-starter and displays initiative
- Excellent organisational and time management skills
- Excellent attention to detail
- Ability to work as part of a hardworking team
- Ability to liaise with clients, agents and other organisations.
This is an opportunity to discover your full potential where your skills, experience and initiative driven approach will be rewarded and appreciated.
We are a growing firm and committed to mentoring, offering ongoing professional development and the career progression of all our lawyers and staff.
A competitive salary package and benefits will be offered, commensurate with skills and experience.
Further information about our firm can be found at www.graingerlegal.com.au.
Please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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