Simpsons Solicitors

Position Available – Junior Lawyer/Trade Mark Attorney (2-3 PQE)

April 22nd 2021

About us

Simpsons has developed a reputation as one of Australia’s leading intellectual property and entertainment law practices.  The firm and its lawyers are highly recommended and ranked amongst the large firms by the independent review publications Chambers and Legal 500.

The firm represents high-profile national and overseas clients in the private and public sectors.  The firm’s focus is in intellectual property and providing our broader legal services to the media, entertainment, arts and technology sectors.

Our team is focused on delivering high quality work in a collegiate and supportive environment.  We value pro-bono contributions and engagement in our clients’ industries.  We enjoy excellent relationships with our clients and our work is diverse, interesting and challenging.  The firm offers an excellent working environment.

The role

Simpsons seeks a full-time or part-time lawyer or trade mark attorney to join its trade mark and litigation team. Experience in trade marks including portfolio management, advice and disputes is required. Candidates must also have 2-3 years experience in a top-tier firm, highly regarded mid-tier or specialist firm with good references.

Experience

Experience in contentious and non-contentious intellectual property and contract matters will be highly valued, but not essential.

We seek a lawyer/trade mark attorney who can demonstrate:

  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and team skills.
  • High levels of academic achievement and attention to detail.
  • High motivation and an ability to learn fast.
  • Strong drafting and research skills and experience.
  • Excellent written and oral lawyer-to-client and lawyer-to-lawyer communication skills.

How to apply

To apply, please send a covering letter and your CV to Dimple Malhotra before 5:00 PM Friday, 28 May 2021: dmalhotra@simpsons.com.au

Please note that we do not accept applications made through recruitment agencies.