Commercial / Civil Litigation Solicitor

England, West Midlands, Solihull
10 Apr 2018
08 May 2018
James Wilson
Full time
Contract type


¿ A well established and employee focused law firm based in Solihull is looking for a Commercial / Civil Litigation Solicitor to join their litigation department.
¿ To be successful in this role, you will require a flexible attitude to work and the needs of the business, you will be able to handle your own caseload of general Litigation and Non-contentious commercial matters.

¿ This is an excellent opportunity for someone with at least 2 years¿ as a Civil / Commercial Litigation Solicitor to forge a career with a firm that will support your needs and be flexible on personal circumstances with a real positive work environment.
¿ The firm is looking for ideally 2 years PQE but will look at newly qualified solicitors.
¿ Strong Business Developments skills are an advantage.

¿ Salary will be negotiable on experience however £32,500 is the ball park figure.
¿ 25 days holiday + Statutory
¿ Bonus scheme, with the ability to earn extra days off.
¿ Clear opportunities for progression.

If this role is of interest, please call James Wilson on 0121 296 3819 or forward your most recent CV to

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