Insolvency Solicitor

England, London, City of London
£50000 - £80000 per annum + Good Package
07 Mar 2018
04 Apr 2018
Alex Groom
Full time
Contract type

Insolvency Solicitor
Central London

Solicitor/Lawyer/Insolvency Litigation/Corporate Recovery/Personal Recovery/Property Insolvency

Due to continuing growth, a Top 100 law firm are seeking to employ additional Insolvency Solicitor to join an established team working from their London office and to help bolster their offering in the region.

Day to day the successful candidate will be part of a successful team working on wide reaching and various matters, typical with insolvency and restructuring.

You will be working for a long established and highly reputable Legal 500 firm. They have a wide range of expertise in all areas of corporate and personal law and are seeking to appoint this additional Solicitor due to the increased volume of work.

They are looking for a Solicitor with around 1-5 years PQE with some experience in working Insolvency and restructuring matters. The majority of the caseload will be non-contentious, although there will be some support to colleagues with contentious matters. Applications are also invited from ambitious and experienced Lawyers from a banking or corporate background, with the ability to develop existing and new business.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an Insolvency Solicitor to join a regional heavyweight and take their career to the next level.

This is a key hire for our client and a chance for you to become an integral part of the firm's continued growth in London.

For more information contact Alex Groom on 0203 846 3071 or

Douglas Scott is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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