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Canberra Community Law is a leading not for profit community legal centre in the ACT and its region committed to social justice and human rights.

They are seeking a full time Solicitor to work in their Street Law service. Street Law is a generalist legal outreach service that provides information, legal advice, discrete and ongoing representation services to those experiencing or are at risk of homelessness.

The team at DDCS are looking for a new associate!

As part of the DDCS team you will receive: Opportunity to work Di Simpson, Doyles Guide Market Leader, Excellent professional development opportunities, A collaborative and supportive working environment in a modern and beautiful workspace, Career progression opportunities, Flexible working arrangements and technological support.

To apply, contact management@ddcslawyers.com.au

The team at DDCS are looking for a new senior associate! 

As part of the DDCS team you will receive: Opportunity to work Di Simpson, Doyles Guide Market Leader, Excellent professional development opportunities, A collaborative and supportive working environment in a modern and beautiful workspace, Career progression opportunities, Flexible working arrangements and technological support.

To apply, contact management@ddcslawyers.com.au

The Law Society is seeking to fill a newly created position which will support the CEO to implement the Society’s strategic initiatives by overseeing operations in relation to policy and advocacy, educational programs, and member engagement and support. 

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We are seeking early-career Australian lawyers with an interest in legal policy to join the Courts and Tribunals Branch in the Attorney-General’s Department.

The Branch works on a range of significant justice reform priorities including: (i) providing advice to inform the Government’s response to the Australian Law Reform Commission inquiry into judicial bias, (ii) supporting the appointment of judges to the federal judiciary, (iii) developing policy, legislation and/or regulatory changes relating to the federal court system, and (iv) drafting speeches and correspondence to support the work of the department.

Our work is central to the Attorney-General’s responsibilities and reform priorities. You will have opportunities to work with senior stakeholders, develop priority legislation projects and progress critical legal policy advice and reform work which impacts on the judiciary and the broader justice system. We can consider both full-time and part-time arrangements.

To be considered for a role, please email federalcourts@ag.gov.au with a copy of your Curriculum Vitae by COB Monday 31st October  and register your details in the department’s Temporary Employment Register which can be found at https://recruitment.ag.gov.au/jobs/.

The ACT Magistrates Court is seeking expressions of interest from persons who are:

  •  Registered as nationally accredited mediator; and
  •  A legal practitioner who is or is eligible for admission as a practitioner of the High Court or the Supreme Court of an Australian State or Territory; with at least 5 years post admission experience;
  • Experience in civil litigation in the ACT is desirable

To be placed on a panel of mediators to undertake mediations in the civil jurisdiction of the Court on the following terms:

  1. Parties will pay the mediator fees directly in accordance with the time frame provided by the Court on an equal share basis unless otherwise agreed between the parties;
  2. The fee shall be $1500 (inclusive of GST) per mediation;
  3. Mediations will be for a maximum of 4 hours unless otherwise agreed by the parties and the mediator;
  4. Mediations will be held in an ACT Law Courts facility unless otherwise agreed in advance by the parties and the mediator;
  5. The Court will endeavour to allocate two mediations per day to the mediator in one week blocks, namely 10 mediations for the week. There is, however, no guarantee of any particular quantity or type of work.

Please send your resume and expression of interest to: roisin.carmody@courts.act.gov.au  by close of business on 20 October 2022. For further information please call (02) 62078317

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) plays a central leadership role in the development and operations of the Australian sport sector and acts as the leading sports agency in Australia, building collaboration, alignment and effectiveness within the Australian sport sector. The ASC is a corporate Commonwealth entity and includes the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).   

We encourage applications from candidates with broad experiences and diverse backgrounds so we better represent the community that we serve. Our workplace aims to increase our representation of First Nations Peoples. We uphold our ASC Cultural Framework which outlines our shared values and champions the experiences, skills and perspectives of all employees.

As a Lawyer in our Corporate Division, you will provide legal advice and assistance on a wide variety of matters relating to the operation of the ASC in support of the Corporate Counsel and Senior Legal Counsel. In particular, you will provide legal advice relating to commercial legal issues in a government context, including contracts, procurement, grants and corporate governance. The role will require you to work independently and would suit a lawyer with relevant experience in a private firm or government agency.

Eligibility
To be eligible for employment with the Australian Sports Commission, it is preferred that applicants are Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia.

This position requires a clearance/s to work with children which is an essential component of this role and therefore to continuing employment.

For more information, please click visit Australian Sports Commission - Lawyer (nga.net.au)

Canberra Legal Consultingare looking for 2 solicitors (2-5 PAE).

Must have experience in: commercial and/or tax and/or property and/or succession and/or employment/labour

Flexible working arrangement (work hours & work location), staff parking and bonus included.

To apply, please email info@cbrlegal.com.au your cover letter & CV.

 

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