Newly Qualified Solicitor Jobs Dublin 2017-2018

We are holding further interviews in the New Year for Newly Qualified Solicitor roles. Areas of law which we are recruiting for include Corporate, Pensions, Insurance, Construction, Regulation, Banking, Tax, Funds, Property, Pensions, Litigation, Aviation Finance and EU Law. As one of Ireland’s leading recruitment agencies for over 25 years, we represent the leading law firms in Dublin and Cork in the Big 6, Top 10 and international arena as well as the growing number of boutique commercial firms. Suitable candidates will have trained with a commercial law firm in Ireland or the UK.

Our detailed understanding of the Irish legal market enables us to provide Trainee Solicitors with an accurate and unambiguous insight into the nature of the work, client focus, culture and working environment of the top law firms in Ireland. The firm and area of law into which you qualify can have a defining impact on your career as a lawyer and as such is one which requires careful consideration. Our wide-ranging expertise means that we can assist you regardless of your target practice area. We also provide advice around career management, CV preparation, interview guidance as well as the salary and benefit structures offered by the various commercial firms.

For an exploratory conversation on these or other non-advertised positions, please contact:

Bryan Durkan | +353 1 6321852

Associate Director, Head of Legal & Compliance Recruitment

All conversations and applications will be treated in strict confidence

As one of Ireland’s leading legal recruitment agencies for more than 25 years, HRM recruits talented legal professionals for the top domestic and multinational employers in Ireland. We work with lawyers at all levels of experience in Ireland and overseas interested in exploring career opportunities in private practice and in-house.

General information on career opportunities for law professionals is listed in the Law Jobs Ireland LinkedIn group.

Salary: €60000 - €68000 Location: Dublin City Centre