Commercial Litigation Solicitor

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£35000 - £45000 per annum
19 Apr 2021
17 May 2021
Cassie Bell
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Commercial Litigation Solicitor, Suffolk – 2+ PQE – Are you an experienced Commercial Litigation Solicitor keen to return back to your hometown of Suffolk? A leading practice who are highly recognised for their disputes offering is keen to appoint a well rounded Commercial Litigator to the team! 

JOB TITLE: Commercial Litigation Solicitor
SALARY: £Dependent on experience

A leading regional practice which undertakes a high quality of work that London firm’s would be envious of! The appointed Commercial Litigation Solicitor can expect to deal with a full and varied caseload of matters and be joining a supportive and encouraging firm who are looking to appoint ambitious and driven individuals.

If you have proven technical expertise covering all types of disputes including contentious probate, shareholder disputes, professional negligence, property disputes, insolvency disputes and shareholder and partnership disputes then I would like to hear from you.

You will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in dealing with the broad remit of commercial litigation and be looking for a firm where you can see your career flourish and develop. You will be working within a well-established team and working alongside some highly regarded lawyers.

The firm are keen to hear from individuals who are looking for a new challenge and the opportunity on offer could potentially include a mixture of remote / office working!


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