Commercial Litigation Solicitor

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
£25000 - £38000 per annum
23 Feb 2021
23 Mar 2021
Ellie Sedgwick
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Commercial Litigation Solicitor | Manchester

An innovative, award-winning law firm based in Manchester is seeking a Commercial Litigation Solicitor.

This is an excellent role for a 1-2-year PQE Solicitor to work in a highly specialist environment dealing with Commercial Litigation/Professional Negligence matters, with an emphasis on financial mis-selling.

The Commercial Litigation Solicitor’s responsibilities will include:

  • Dealing with a varied litigation caseload
  • Gathering
  • Claim vetting
  • Proofing witnesses
  • Document review
  • Advising clients
  • Drafting particulars of claim and witness statements

The successful Commercial Litigation Solicitor’s skills and experience:

  • 1+ years’ PQE
  • Proven ability to run a caseload from start to finish including a high proportion of multi-track files
  • Passion for providing empathetic and exemplary client care
  • A proactive and ambitious nature
  • The firm is looking for an experienced, proactive, and ambitious litigator

Benefits on offer to the Commercial Litigation Solicitor:

  • £25,000-£38,000
  • Flexible working hours
  • Company events
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Excellent career development programme
  • Home or office based working available

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor to join a forward thinking and growing firm in Greater Manchester, with an excellent culture. Immediate start available for suitable candidates.

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