Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Location
England, Oxfordshire
Salary
£45000 - £60000 per annum + Excellent benefits
Posted
20 Mar 2018
Closes
17 Apr 2018
Ref
J43717
Contact
Alex Forsberg
Practice area
Commercial litigation
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

This impressive law firm promotes a modern and progressive approach to work, with stylish offices and an excellent mix of clients. You will gain high level exposure, working on a variety of disputes that may include: IT sector disputes, professional negligence, corporate and shareholder claims, construction & real estate. The work is typically high value and you will work alongside a dedicated and proven team in a supportive and ambitious environment An excellent role for a junior lawyer to progress quickly.

This is an opportunity to join one of the leading law firms in the area and the successful applicant will have 2-6 years PQE and will likely have trained at a recognised regional or national law firm. This is an opportunity to join one of the leading law firms in the area and the successful applicant will have a solid academics and you will be passionate about building a long term career in Commercial Litigation within the Oxfordshire area. A competitive salary & benefits package along with first class career prospects are on offer to the successful applicant.

Apply now for further information and a completely confidential discussion about a move at this level.

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