Corporate Lawyer

Job Title: Corporate Lawyer
Location: Brisbane
Salary: $120000 - $180000 per annum
Start Date: 2019-11-25
Reference: JO-1911-98565
Contact Name: Monica James
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 25, 2019 12:55

Job Description

Auscript/FTR is a fast growing, global business providing innovative recording and transcription services to courts in a global market. With the head office in Brisbane, they have been supporting the justice system and the legal profession in Australia for over 100 years. Now, in 2019 they have grown not only domestically but internationally, with offices in the US and the UK. With further expansion on the horizon, they are increasing the capability of their in-house legal team. We are currently seeking expressions of interest from Corporate and Commercial Lawyers, ideally with experience in Privacy and IP Law.

This role will report to the General Counsel and have a broad and varied remit. Every day will be different, seeing you engage with key domestic and international stakeholders.  The successful candidate will provide clear, practical legal advice and solutions to internal clients, particularly in the areas of commercial and contract law, intellectual property law, privacy law, and employment law. With multiple roles available, we are seeking talented candidates with 2-10 years’ experience PQE. Critical to this role is the drive and energy to support this rapid yet considered growth phase. We are looking for individuals who are skilled at managing competing priorities in a fast paced environment and are passionate about providing high quality legal advice to senior executives and the Board.

To apply, click the link and upload your current resume in Microsoft Word format only (.doc or .docx). If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please contact Deanna Keating on 07 3023 1023 or Jon Hottot on 07 3023 1083, quoting ref no. JO-1911-98565. Want to know more about Davidson? Visit us at

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