Position vacant: Property and Commercial Lawyer

Narrabri NSW

Due to continued growth in our commercial practice we are currently seeking a commercial and property lawyer to be based in our Narrabri office.

The role includes all aspects of high-end rural property transactions, financing and structuring transactions, commercial and contractual issues, business sales/purchases and property development. Applicants with experience in these areas will be well regarded.

Salary is negotiable and will be commensurate with experience.

Applicants are requested to send their CV and covering letter to Brendan Moylan via email at bmoylan@webol.com.au

About Narrabri

Narrabri Shire has a population of some 14,000 residents and covers an area of around 13,000 square kilometres. It is located in the heart of the Namoi Valley in the North West slopes and plains of New South Wales.

You will find the conveniences of city living within Narrabri. There are modern bars, cafés and restaurants as well as a state-of-the-art theatre complex bringing the latest movies and live performances to the community.

A range of outdoor festivals are celebrated throughout the year. There are a wide range of social, cultural and sporting events to keep people of all ages and tastes entertained. Narrabri residents are never bored with the amount of activities available for the entire family.

Narrabri has first-rate health care facilities and excellent public and private schools. The town is also serviced by daily flights to both Sydney and Brisbane.

Narrabri is a modern growing hub that encompasses a strong business community without the stresses and pressures of a city environment. The average commute time is less than 10minutes for residents who live within the township.

About Webb & Boland

Webb and Boland is one of the leading law firms in regional NSW. We have been established for over 100 years and have a total team of 12 solicitors with offices in Narrabri and Moree. Our continued growth is a direct result of the firm's investment in systems, people, and innovation together with our commitment to fostering talented lawyers.

Webb & Boland Summer Clerkship

2024 - 2025

3rd year and above law students are invited to apply for the Webb & Boland 2024/2025 Summer Clerkship Role.

About Webb & Boland

Webb & Boland is one of the oldest and largest law firms in regional NSW. We are based in the North West of the state with offices in both Moree and Narrabri.

Our primary practice areas include the following:-

• Agribusiness & Water Law

• Business Law

• Rural Succession Planning

• Wills & Estates

• Property and general Commercial Law

Working with us

As a summer clerk, you will be based in our Moree office during the University Christmas holidays (generally from early November until Australia Day). You will undertake rotations across our primary practice groups and you will obtain invaluable experience working within a friendly yet very busy office environment.

You will be supported and supervised by Practice Director(s) over the summer.

The Clerk position is paid in accordance with the Legal Services Award.

Some of the roles that you will undertake include;

• Legal research

• Attending client meetings

• Calendar organisation

• Generally assisting our solicitors with various tasks as required

The Webb & Boland Summer Clerk Application Process

Applications are now open and we expect to appoint at least one clerk for the 2024 – 2025 University Christmas Holidays.

You can apply by emailing a detailed cover letter, curriculum vitae and academic transcript to Miss Jane Taylor via email; jtaylor@webol.com.au

All applications must be submitted prior to COB Wednesday 31 July 2024.

We suggest that it would be helpful if the following matters were addressed in your covering letter;

• Tell us about yourself

• Outline why you are applying for the Webb & Boland Clerkship.

• Are you willing to pursue a career in law in a regional town? If so why?

• Tell us what you like to do outside of Law School

• Are you willing to become part of a small regional community? If so how would you go about becoming a valued member of the local community?

Candidates will be informed by email of the outcome of their application in the first week of August 2024. A shortlist of successful applicants will then be invited for an interview which will take place in mid to late August 2024.

We prefer to interview our candidates in person however if required interviews can be conducted remotely. The successful candidate(s) will be offered the position in the first week of September 2024 with the position starting in either the first or second week of the University Christmas Holidays.