Commercial Litigation Solicitor/Barrister NQ – 5 years’ PQE/Call LONDON

London (Central), London (Greater)
to £120,000
08 Jun 2024
06 Jul 2024
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Directories-listed commercial law firm in London is looking to recruit a Commercial Litigation Solicitor/ Barrister of 0 to 5 years’ PQE/Call. The team advises a range of clients including businesses, directors, shareholders, charities/ not-for-profits, partnerships and private individuals. The department has an interesting and varied caseload, and you will work on matters relating to: • complex contractual and tortious disputes • shareholder and director disputes • advising and acting in relation to professional negligence matters relating to a range of professionals including lawyers, architects, accountants and IFA’s • Intellectual Property disputes, in particular trade mark and copyright disputes • Partnership disputes, including contested dissolutions/ distribution of assets • and, all aspects of construction disputes, including adjudications, enforcement proceedings and arbitrations.

This Litigation team offers challenging, high-quality work and a culture in which lawyers are trusted to take responsibility and challenge themselves in a dynamic and stimulating environment. The successful candidate will be robust; have strong legal analysis; excellent communication/ client care skills; and, a willingness to work on a variety of matters. You will work both within a team as well as managing your own caseload (either autonomously or with appropriate levels of supervision depending on your PQE/Call).

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