Contract Lawyer

£26 p/h
14 Oct 2021
11 Nov 2021
Ollie Gamble
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
A top UK law firm are urgently looking for a Contract Lawyer to join an ongoing Litigation project.
The firm are working on behalf of one of the UK’s largest banks and need qualified lawyers with experience in Litigation to assist with a major PPI project.
As a Contract Lawyer you will be working within the Financial Services department managing a caseload of high-value PPI claims. You will be working alongside other fee-earners and general tasks will include drafting correspondence, preparing electronic filings and raising queries with internal bank stakeholders.
The firm are looking for qualified lawyers with previous experience in a Litigation or Disputes department. They are ideally looking for candidates who can start at short notice and can commit to the project for a minimum of 6 months, although it is possible the project could last for up to 18 months. The firm offer remote working and will pay a competitive hourly rate.
SO if you are looking for your next role as a Contract Lawyer please apply today! 

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