SEEKING A HIGHLY EXPERIENCED LAWYER OR SENIOR LEGAL EXEC TO HELP US ON OUR GROWTH PATH.

Franklin Law is looking to welcome on to its team a qualified lawyer or senior legal executive who will play a key role as the firm embarks on a period of growth and development.

The ideal candidate is likely to have 25-30 years legal experience and may be looking for a role with a difference.

  • to transition from full-time to part-time;
  • a better work – life balance ie beat those traffic blues;
  • the opportunity to mentor and provide guidance to colleagues;
  • to maintain a professional relationship with clients and have a role in client growth;
  • to assist the partners of the firm as they lead the firm’s strategic development and grow business in their own specialist areas of legal work; and
  • to work for a well regarded firm committed to best practice.

The role would suit an individual with experience in general practice, with particular expertise in conveyancing, trusts, asset planning, estate administration, and business law.

In addition to technical competency and commitment to best practice, the successful candidate will possess:

  • a client focused approach;
  • confidence and professionalism;
  • a desire to work collaboratively; and
  • a positive disposition.

For more information and to apply, contact Franklin Law Practice Manager Phil Blain 

Ph. 09 237 0226



WANTED – MOTIVATED AND COMMITTED LAWYER

with 3+ YEARS’ PQE interested in Elder Law, Estate Law and Personal Client Matters

The role:
We need a motivated and committed lawyer with 3+years PQE, who is passionate about delivering top-rated personal client legal services. The ideal candidate is likely to have 25-30 years legal experience and may be looking for a role with a difference.

The successful applicant will join Franklin Law’s Personal Client and Estates Team, working under the leadership of Kelly Jones, Partner. The role promises a variety of work including the opportunity to further develop the firm’s legal services in the area of Elder Law.

This role provides a fantastic opportunity for the right person to make an impact within a growing, progressive law firm whilst continuing to increase ones skills and experience and build a desirable career.

About us

Franklin Law is a growing suburban law firm, with offices in two centres and a focus on the future. We are recognised as a quality provider of effective legal solutions. We are well connected within individual, commercial and industrial networks and we give back to our community through intensive support and sponsorship of school and recreational club activities. We provide growth, opportunity and a relaxed team culture where a life outside of work is a requirement rather than an option.

The perks

Looking for the chance to change your morning grind? Switch the traffic and parking challenges of the bigger cities for a smoother journey to work, a stop at one of Pukekohe’s excellent spots for a good coffee, and a sweet pull-in to your undercover car park right outside the office doors.

We work hard but have fun doing it. Our staff have an active social club, host bbq’s and Friday evening social events. We regularly participate in community activities and take pride in our contribution to our suburban and rural communities.

We prioritise the health of our staff. We offer subsidised health insurance benefits, actively support staff fitness and health goals. We provide twice weekly training sessions, for staff and their partners, led by a personal trainer and fitness coach.

We invest in our staff – they are our future. We offer competitive remuneration and a bonus scheme. We have a growth mindset and encourage our staff to introduce improvements and change.

What we need from you

    • 3+ years PQE
    • to work for a well regarded firm committed to best practice.

Interested applicants should provide their CVs, the contacts for two referees and a covering letter to Phil Blain, Practice Manager – philb@franklinlaw.co.nz. Alternatively call Phil on 09 237 0290 for a confidential discussion. All applications will be kept in strict confidence. The role would suit someone with experience in general practice, with particular expertise in conveyancing, trusts, asset planning, estate administration, and business law. In addition to technical competency and commitment to best practice, the successful candidate will possess:

    • a client focused approach;
    • confidence and professionalism;

Only those with the right to live and practise law in New Zealand will be considered.