Commercial Litigation Solicitor

QED Legal
£45000 - £60000 per annum
26 Apr 2021
24 May 2021
David Burgess
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time
Commercial Litigation Solicitor

QED Legal are looking to speak with experienced Commercial Litigation Solicitors who have over 3 years’ experience of running a mixed caseload of high value commercial dispute matters.

We are acting on behalf of an award winning, growing disruptive alternative business structure in Birmingham City Centre.

They are looking for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor to join them at this exciting time. The role will be to carry a mixed caseload of general commercial litigation matters from shareholder and partner disputes, breaches of contract, professional negligence matters and Insolvency. They have a great client base with national and international clients with great regional SME’s. 

As important to them as experience and ability, is the right personality. Our client pride themselves on ‘thinking outside of the box’, they foster an inclusive, and refreshing culture to work in far removed from the stifling hierarchical nature of private practice. Staff progressing, and well-being are priorities here, and there are genuine career prospects and no politics.

They offer a competitive salary depending on experience and not just your standard benefits of great holidays, and pension but things like Yoga, Personal Training and Walking Clubs – they want all staff to enjoy the experience of working here and work hard to foster a fun and professional environment.

Get your CV to me today for immediate consideration.

Apply for Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Already uploaded your CV? Sign in to apply instantly


Upload from your computer

Or import from cloud storage

Your CV must be a .doc, .pdf, .docx, .rtf, and no bigger than 1MB

4000 characters left

When you apply for a job we will send your application to the named recruiter, who may contact you. By applying for a job listed on TotallyLegal you agree to our terms and conditions and privacy notice. You should never be required to provide bank account details. If you are, please email us.

More searches like this