Commercial Litigation Lawyer (NQ)

Origin Legal
Jersey (GB)
City rates, 20% tax, bonus, full benefits, relocation assistance
19 Feb 2021
19 Mar 2021
Job Title
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Junior Commercial Litigation/Dispute Resolution lawyer - Premier firm - Jersey

The Role

  • Advising an impressive international client base, typically alongside leading onshore law firms, on the Jersey law aspects of high-value cross-border disputes.
  • Involvement in a broad range of contentious work spanning mainstream commercial/contractual disputes, specialist banking and financial services disputes, insolvency, fraud, and asset tracing.
  • Plenty of client contact and opportunities to take on responsibility from the outset, making this an ideal role for an ambitious, career-minded lawyer.


  • NQ to 1 year’ pqe, ideally including at least one seat in high-value commercial litigation.
  • Experience in a leading UK commercial law firm, or with a offshore firm.
  • Genuine interest in building your career offshore, at least for the medium term.

Channel Islands

  • World-class offshore financial centres with a globally respected legal sector.
  • Perhaps the best place in the world for combining high-quality work, excellent salary, and an enviable work-life balance.
  • Globally respected legal sector.
  • Easy access to mainland UK and France.
  • 20% maximum rate income tax.


  • All enquiries treated in the strictest confidence. 
  • Start dates negotiable. 
  • Contact us now to discuss the role or for a general chat about the Jersey/offshore markets.

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