Insolvency Litigation Solicitor

Location
Central London
Salary
£50000 - £70000 per annum, Benefits: Pension Scheme
Posted
13 Sep 2017
Closes
11 Oct 2017
Ref
TD136298
Contact
Tom Davies
Practice area
Commercial litigation
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Insolvency Litigation Solicitor.

This specialist litigation practice in London is recruiting for an Insolvency Litigation Solicitor to join the team. 

The firm has an excellent reputation for its insolvency and commercial litigation work. Clients include Banks, Government departments, PLCs, professional services firms, SMEs, and high net worth individuals.

The firm also benefits from international clients and partnerships with law firms in foreign jurisdictions, allowing for an excellent variety of work. 

The role would suit an accomplished mid-level solicitor looking for a change from your traditional City law firm, with plenty of flexibility and opportunity to really get involved in making a difference to your clients. Excellent career prospects 

Candidate criteria:
  • Qualified Solicitor
  • 3 - 7 years' PQE or more
  • Experience in insolvency litigation and commercial litigation
  • Preferably trained and practiced at a large commercial firm or established City practice
  • Experience of business development and acquiring new clients
  • Able to generate new ideas to help develop and build the existing practice 
The firm is offering the successful insolvency litigation solicitor an opportunity to take on an exciting position that will afford a good level of work/life balance, as well as a competitive salary. 

Apply now or contact Tom Davies at G2 Legal 020 7649 9298
 

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