Commercial Litigation Solicitor

2 days left

England, London, City of London
£40000 - £60000 per annum + Fantastic Benefits
11 Feb 2021
11 Mar 2021
GD 43196
Austen Lloyd
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time


Boutique Litigation practice seeking a 1 - 5 year PQE Litigation / Insolvency Solicitor

Commercial Litigation / Insolvency Solicitor - London

My Client, a successful and highly regarded specialist Litigation practice are now seeking an additional Associate to join their fantastic team,

The role has a fantastic array of high level litigation work, to include; company disputes, insolvency matters, director and partnership disputes as well as shareholder and corporate disputes

Their client base is often high profile and high net worth, and you will be working alongside some fantastic colleagues,

This is a rare opportunity to join the team; due to expansion they are on the lookout for an ambitious Solicitor to join them with at least one year's PQE up to circa 5 years PQE.

You will be technically strong, and have a passion and drive for client care and getting the best result for the client, there is real opportunity to progress through the ranks here; this is a real springboard opportunity for the right candidate.

There is also a competitive salary and an extensive benefits package on offer.

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience then please do get in touch for a confidential chat.

Apply below or contact Gemma at Austen Lloyd in complete confidence quoting reference GD 43196 (Commercial Litigation / Insolvency Solicitor - London)

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