Insolvency Solicitor

7 days left

Location
England, London, City of London
Salary
£40000 - £80000 per annum + (Salary negotiable) + Good Package
Posted
29 Mar 2018
Closes
26 Apr 2018
Ref
AG43436
Contact
Alex Groom
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Insolvency Solicitor

Central London

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

Due to continuing growth, a Top 200 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 working as part of a team on a caseload made up of contentious insolvency matters. Some advisory aspects are contained in the role but over all this is a contentious role.

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 commercial law and are seeking to appoint this additional Solicitor due to the increased volume of work.

It is anticipated that the person appointed will be a Solicitor with 1-4 years' experience within Insolvency law (with specific experience of the contentious elements of Insolvency) although applications are invited from ambitious and experienced Lawyers.

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 alex.groom@douglas-scott.co.uk

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

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