Litigation Solicitor, Cheltenham

Location
England, Gloucestershire, Cheltenham
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
27 Apr 2021
Closes
25 May 2021
Ref
CHJ921939008
Contact
Cathryn Holmes
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Litigation
PQE Level
2-4
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A great opportunity for a contentious probate solicitor at this established and well-regarded firm.

The firm has a strong reputation in private client work and already has a small contentious probate practice. They are looking for a solicitor with around 2-4 years' experience of contentious probate work to join the firm.

Although they firm would prefer someone a contentious probate expert they will also consider a civil litigator with some experience of and an interest in specialising in this area. Some experience of property litigation could also be an advantage.

This is a fully supportive environment where performance is rewarded but assistance is always on hand to ensure you are stretched but not uncomfortably challenged. It is absolutely essential that you are client facing as meeting clients and business development will be a day to day aspect of this role.

This is a great time to be honing your expertise in this increasingly sought after area of practice.

*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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