Insolvency Solicitor

England, West Midlands, Birmingham
16 Feb 2021
16 Mar 2021
James Wilson
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

My client, a reputable and well-established Legal 500 Law firm are currently recruiting for an experience Insolvency Fee Earner to join their offices in Birmingham.


The Role:

As the successful Insolvency Fee Earner, you will have a varied role which will mainly entail managing your own caseload of Litigated files that could include:

  • Insolvency
  • Repossession
  • General Commercial Litigation matters



In order to be suitable for this role, you will be able to demonstrate at least 4 years' experience working within a Commercial Litigation/Insolvency or Repossessions environment and have managed your own caseload.

Whilst the role will involve a mix of Litigation work, it is crucial you are able to show a proven track record in dealing with Insolvency matters.

It would be highly advantageous if you have experience in dealing with court hearings remotely but not a pre-requisite.



  • Salary DOE £35,000-£50,000
  • 25 days holidays + Statutory
  • Healthcare
  • Subsidised travel
  • Childcare vouchers

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