Insolvency Lawyer

Origin Legal
£excellent + benefits + bonus
10 Feb 2021
10 Mar 2021
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

An Insolvency Lawyer is required by a modern and extremely progressive law firm that has grown substantially over the last few years to become a Top 200 UK Law firm. The opening of two new offices, together with several high profile lateral hires have put their name firmly in place as a leader in this part of the UK.

State of the art systems, an open culture, first class management and a client base of quality rather than quantity are on offer to a solicitor with at least some insolvency exposure and a willingness to specialise in this area.

The successful candidate will be joining a supportive team culture undertaking

 Running a caseload of contentious Insolvency and debt recovery files, together with assisting on general debt recovery and banking litigation matters;

• Supporting the Insolvency team and Dispute Resolution Department and its growth;
• Business development and client care.

• The caseload will include:
- Contentious insolvency cases, including claims for misfeasance and antecedent transactions;
- Debt recovery and associated disputes;
- Winding up and bankruptcy petitions;
- Administration appointments, both in Court and out of Court, for QFC holders and director/company appointments;
- Banking litigation including security enforcement for banks/lenders;
- Advising Trustees in Bankruptcy, Liquidators and Administrators.

You will also require a willingness to be involved in the networking and marketing activities of the department, including presentations, briefings, and attending external functions.

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