Litigation Solicitor (NQ-3PQE)

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England, London
05 Sep 2023
03 Oct 2023
Ben Shepherd
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Litigation
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Exciting opportunity for a junior Lawyer to join a Litigation team within central London.
My client is an extremely reputable practice, being recognized by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners UK independent legal directories for their high quality legal advice. They are a firm that has over 500 personnel across multiple offices across the UK, and have seen incredible growth over the last few years. Alongside the quality of work, my client is proud of their promotion of a healthy work-life balance and their devotion to diversity and inclusion.

My client's litigation department work with both claimants and defendants, representing individuals, companies, charities or those involved in group litigation, in complex and high value civil / commercial litigation matters. The team often give advice and assistance in dispute resolution and litigated cases and regularly acts in reported cases in the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Litigation experience in private practice
  • Qualified/admitted legal practitioner in England & Wales.
  • Strong academic background, excellent communication, and organisational skills.

If you would like to hear more about this opportunity, please reach out , or apply directly.

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