Insurance Dispute Solicitor

England, London, City of London
£40000 - £80000 per annum + Very Competitive Package
10 Feb 2021
10 Mar 2021
Austen Lloyd
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

INSURANCE DISPUTES SOLCITOR - LEGAL 500 - An excellent opportunity to join a talented team and a leading firm…


An excellent opportunity to join a highly reputable firm for a Solicitor with a strong background in insurance matters, with strong dispute resolution skills, gained at a respected firm. The firm has an excellent reputation in offering first class corporate advice and acts for a number of high profile clients.

You will be advising a variety of stakeholders on the wide range of insurance matters and working as part of a collaborative team on high profile matters in addition to enjoying the autonomy to develop a real specialism within the department. A strong understanding of the London insurance market will be beneficial for this role. Experience relating to professional indemnity and casualty insurance will be of interest.

If you have a real passion for this intricate and interesting area of law, and you are ambitious and driven, then this firm will be keen to hear from you.

The firm can offer a highly competitive package for the right candidate and the role features excellent benefits.

This is a discreet appointment with exciting career potential and any application will be treated in the utmost confidence.

Apply Below or contact Charlotte Wills at Austen Lloyd on 01275 463 111 in absolute confidence, Reference: CW 43155 (Insurance Disputes Solicitor - London).

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