Kiely Thompson Caisley are a dedicated team of talented lawyers and support staff.

We thrive on seeing our people succeed.  

Kiely Thompson Caisley


KTC are the employer of choice for motivated and capable individuals looking to succeed within the Employment Law field.


We believe in working hard and providing top class legal solutions for our clients.  We create a workplace that ensures this can be achieved.



Your Career at KTC

You will learn from the best here; our team are one of the leading Employment Law teams in New Zealand.


Our people and their career development is a priority at Kiely Thompson Caisley.  You will have a formal career structure in place, together with regular meetings to assess progress.


We keenly support further study and training in relevant areas.


We have a wide established client base that ensures we receive technical and challenging legal work.


Our interview process is engaging and collaborative.  This puts the tools in place from the start to ensure that you are a great fit for KTC, and to ensure that we are the best place for your career to take flight.



Law Clerk Programme


Gain invaluable experience within our firm whilst in your final year of study.


KTC recruits part time law clerks to assist our team within all areas of legal research and administration.


KTC Law Clerks work alongside all lawyers and support staff within our team in order to gain a wide variety of exposure to working styles.



Current Opportunities


KTC are always open to hearing from top class Employment Lawyers.  If you think you would be a great fit for our team please contact our Practice Manager.



Contact for all Careers queries: Practice Manager

Added: 18 / 07 / 2017

Costly Claims from Gross Error and "Gut Feel" Redundancy

A recent Employment Court judgment has provided guidance for employers in relation to bonus payments and redundancy processes. 

Added: 11 / 05 / 2017

Changes to NZ Immigration Requirements

The Government has announced a number of propsed changes to Immigration Policy, including changes to the remuneration requirements to obtain certain visas, and a special pathway to residence for certain visa holders in the South Island.