Litigation Solicitor or Legal Executive

£35000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits package
10 May 2022
07 Jun 2022
Paul Norman
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
Litigation Solicitor / Legal Executive - Torquay  
This long established law firm are searching for an experienced litigation solicitor or legal executive to join them in Torquay. 
This firm advise on all legal matters including litigation, family, private client and conveyancing, but they also have a very strong presence within corporate law, both locally and further afield. Their long-standing relationships with clients far and wide brings much repeat business across all departments. 
They are now looking for an additional hire for their small litigation team. 
To apply for this role you should ideally have at least two years' experience within litigation as a solicitor or legal executive.  
You will run your own caseload including, but not limited to:  
- Property Litigation (both residential & commercial landlord & tenant work) 
- Professional Negligence 
- Contentious Probate 
- Commercial disputes 
- Contract disputes
This is a wide ranging role and you will be looking for autonomy to conduct your own advocacy where possible.   
Excellent salary on offer plus friendly working environment where the emphasis is on working collaboratively. 
Flexible working arrangements available to include 2 days/week working from home.  
Contact Paul Norman at G2 Legal now for more information or simply click on apply now to send your CV through for consideration. 

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