Litigation Fee Earner

4 days left

Location
England, West Midlands, Birmingham
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
05 Feb 2021
Closes
05 Mar 2021
Ref
48139
Contact
James Wilson
Job Title
Lawyer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

My client, a brilliant and expanding Private Practice Law firm are currently recruiting for a Litigation Fee Earner to join their offices in Birmingham City Centre.

 

The Role:

The successful Litigation Fee Earner will have a range of responsibilities which will namely include working on a range of Litigation matters of high value Multi Track cases which may include:

  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Stakeholder Disputes
  • Landlord & Tenant Disputes
  • Personal Injury Clinical Negligence

 

Requirements:

To be suitable for this position, you will be able to demonstrate at least 3 years' experience within Litigation and be extremely ambitious and motivated as the firm are willing to offer training. For this role, experienced Paralegals, Fee Earners and NQ Solicitors will be considered.

 

Benefits:

  • Salary up to £33,000 dependent on experience
  • Brilliant progression opportunities
  • 25 days holiday
  • Bonus Scheme

 

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