Commercial Litigator

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Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Southampton
Salary
£35000 - £45000 per hour
Posted
15 Apr 2021
Closes
13 May 2021
Ref
BH-31060
Contact
Gary Longmate
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Commercial Litigator - Property

Southampton

£35000 - £45000

A great opportunity to join an established high street firm with broad coverage across The South Coast. Develop your career and benefit from working alongside two highly experienced Partners.

The firm have built a great reputation over the years growing from one single office to now be positioned at multiple locations across the Hampshire region. They generate excellent levels of business, providing opportunity for you to be a commercial success as well as expand and develop your own expertise and longer term career ambitions. 

Ideally you will have experience as a solicitor or legal executive with fee earning expertise in commercial litigation, specifically property litigation which will ideally include JCT building contracts, variations and adjudications. The firm are looking to develop this area further (and reward appropriately) therefore connections with existing developers and the region's construction industry would be considered particularly beneficial. 

You'll enjoy a great deal of autonomy as well as support when you need it, the offices are centrally located in Southampton city centre providing easy commuting options and the firm provide a great working environment and modern flexible approach. 

For further details please contact Gary at QED Legal with reference to this ad.  




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