Commercial Litigation Solicitor - NQ - 2 years PQE
A fantastic opportunity is available with one of the regions most reputable and progressive law firms.
The vacancy is for an ambitious and highly motivated NQ Solicitor to join their Commercial Litigation department based in the Bristol office.
This is a rare chance to become part of a high performing and growing team who have consistently been ranked at Tier 1 for the West Country by Legal 500.
My client provides advice to a number of high profile clients at a local, national and international level. If successful you will work within a team dealing with a wide variety of work including contractual disputes, shareholder litigation, financial disputes, judicial review, and negligence claims both on your own case load and in support of the other team members.
Applications are being accepted from qualified solicitors/legal executives who are able to demonstrate excellent communication skills and excel at gaining the confidence of the clients you are working with.
As well as a comprehensive and challenging caseload, you will have the opportunity to expand your skills and knowledge and over time, develop specialisms of your own. The role will be demanding and fulfilling for an ambitious individual and will require you to take a high degree of responsibility for the cases you're working on but there will be plenty of support and guidance along the way.
You can expect to be provided with excellent training and development opportunities, in order to further your career in a stimulating yet supportive, forward thinking Firm.
Benefits include a competitive salary between 35-40K + benefits.
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