Newly Qualified Insolvency Solicitor

6 days left

Location
Bristol
Salary
£45000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
04 Oct 2021
Closes
01 Nov 2021
Ref
215285947
Contact
Penny Trotman
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Insolvency
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Junior Insolvency Solicitor ideally a Newly Qualified Lawyer but the client will consider someone with up to 3 years PQE, the role will be based in Bristol. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading National law firm. On offer is an excellent career path combined with an excellent starting salary and comprehensive benefits package.

JOB TITLE: Newly Qualified Insolvency Lawyer
PQE REQUIRED: NQ-3PQE
LOCATION: Bristol
SALARY: £45,000+

THE ROLE:
This department has seen some really exciting hires within the team and are well recognised within Chambers and Partners and Legal 500. The team is dynamic and forward thinking and have some really good clients across the Midlands and also nationally. As a result of exciting expansion plans the insolvency team are now looking to recruit an additional junior solicitor into the team. The highly rated insolvency team of this leading practice provides advice on a range of issues which arise when insolvency occurs. The firm have identified a need within their flourishing department and they are actively looking to recruit an experienced Insolvency Solicitor. Your role will involve advising individuals, companies and also insolvency practitioners on all aspects of insolvency-related matters. The successful Insolvency Solicitor will be providing assistance on receiverships, liquidations and company voluntary arrangements as well as administrations. You will be ambitious, driven and enthusiastic and have a passion for business development. A team player and a strong work ethos is essential for this role.

THE CANDIDATE:
You will ideally be a newly qualified solicitor (but candidates with up to 3 years PQE are encouraged to also apply) within this area of law and will be enthusiastic about this area of law. What will really make you stand out is your personality as you will have an unparalleled drive and ambition to progress your career but also to make the time to manage and mentor junior fee earners. Applicants should have a genuine passion for insolvency law and a strong commercial approach coupled with the ability to work effectively within a team. You will have excellent academics and be articulate, well presented and have a real passion for this area of law. Applicants will be required to business develop, develop relationships and make contacts. This position would suit frustrated Insolvency Solicitors looking for that next step on the career ladder. You must be able to come in and hit the ground running and go out and win new work.

THE FIRM:
This firm is genuinely rather special. Over a period of ten years of recruiting for them I have seen their growth strategy come to fruition and a delivery on promises to junior partners to progress them through the Equity. The firm is fast paced, entrepreneurial and forward thinking. With an approach that sets this firm apart from everyone else, this practice will give you the opportunity to further enhance your skills along with the chance to learn from some of the leading players within the insolvency market. This is an exciting opportunity for an Insolvency Solicitor to join one of the leading national law firms in the Midlands and be responsible for handling some interesting and large transactions.

PACKAGE:
The firm offer highly competitive basic salaries along with an enhanced bonus scheme and a flexible benefits package which befits a top tier practice.

 

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