Commercial Litigation Solicitor
Are you a newly-qualified Solicitor looking to establish your career within a traditional, local firm? Do you want to join a straight talking, down to earth firm and handle work from loyal and good quality clients? If this sounds like you, read on…
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor to join a traditional high street practice in Rotherham. Having been established in the South Yorkshire region for over 200 years, our client has a fantastic reputation and loyal client base, including local businesses that have remained clients of the firm for generations.
This role will give you unrivalled access to a broad spectrum of Commercial Litigation matters, including bankruptcy disputes, debt recovery, professional negligence, property disputes and much more. With an emphasis on quality as opposed to quantity, the firm is dedicated to high levels of client care, meaning you will be liaising closely with loyal, well-established clients, working to uphold the team's reputation in the area.
The firm offers a friendly, down to earth environment and the team in Rotherham has a supportive and collaborative working atmosphere. The opportunity would really suit a like-minded individual who wants to handle good quality work, retain a work like balance, and prefers the traditional office set up rather than open plan.
The firm is ideally looking for a newly-qualified or junior solicitor for this role, however if you are more experienced you are also encouraged to apply. The opportunity would suit a talented and enthusiastic individual looking to establish their career and progress within a traditional, friendly firm.
So if this sounds like you, why not apply now?
How to Apply:
If you would like to apply for this role then please contact Andy Purdy or another member of the Private Practice division at Sacco Mann. Alternatively, if this role is not for you but you know someone who could be interested then please contact them or us as we offer a reward for successful referrals. For full terms, please visit our website.