Media / Defamation Solicitors

7 days left

Location
England, London
Salary
£Market
Posted
01 Oct 2021
Closes
29 Oct 2021
Ref
71663
Contact
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Job Title
Lawyer
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

THE FIRM

A long-established central London based commercial law firm.

THE ROLE

Two disputes lawyers are now sought to join the firm's highly regarded media litigation team.

This role will appeal to litigation solicitors with a demonstrable interest in media looking to further their careers within this increasingly busy area of the law.

The work will include dealing with phone hacking litigation as well as high profile cases which regularly reach the High Court.

The caseload will include inter alia, defamation, privacy, breach of confidence and data protection, harassment, reputation management and pre-publication reading.

ABOUT YOU

With 3-7pqe, you will have a strong interest in media law and a track record within litigation.

Media law experience is not a pre-requisite for the 3-5pqe but it is for the 5-7pqe senior role.

A team player, you will be looking to progress in a growing team with a burgeoning media disputes workload.

Expected to liaise closely and develop relationships with both clients and leading barristers in this specialist field, you will be interested in business development and be given credit for your efforts.

This is a chance to supervise and instruct junior colleagues as part of a friendly team, working in a fast-paced area of the law.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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