Litigation Lawyer

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Location
England, Kent
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
25 Jul 2017
Closes
22 Aug 2017
Ref
Req/430882
Contact
Catherine Knowles
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Litigation Solicitor - Commercial and Civil

Kent based boutique firm are expanding their litigation department. The firm are based in North Kent but have an international client base and are planning excitingly to develop a London presence in the foreseeable future.

There is a diverse and interesting caseload for an ambitious and technically meticulous litigator with experience in civil and commercial litigation to take over. You will need to have a broad range of experience, including complex matters.

This firm are striving to become increasingly commercial and there will be a focus on developing the commercial aspect of your caseload in addition to good quality work there for you to do.

As part of the exciting plans to develop the firm further ideally you will be an individual with to engage in marketing activities.

This firm has much to offer and will give you a degree of autonomy with plenty potential and opportunity to develop yourself and progress your career as part of a friendly team.

Ideally you should have over 3 years qualification and have strong experience as a confident litigator.

Please get in touch to discuss this role and apply as directed. For a copy of the JD / more information please contact Catherine Knowles at Search Legal on 0203 151 2151 or catherine.knowles@search.co.uk.

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

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