Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Location
Nottingham
Salary
£45000 - £52000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
12 Apr 2018
Closes
10 May 2018
Ref
DF277650
Contact
Dante Friend
Practice area
Commercial litigation
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Commercial Litigation Solicitor.
 
High grade commercial dispute resolution work is available here for a driven and motivated solicitor at 2-4 years PQE to join a leading team in Nottingham.
 
Applications are invited from solicitors who have trained or gained experience working alongside senior partners assisting on complex Litigation maters at city firms nationwide.
 
It is imperative that you have strong technical sills and an excellent degree qualification.
 
You can expect to assist on high value complex litigation matters and you will be expected to meet the expectations of your clients. You will be motivated by assisting on high net worth cases and by having first class clients under your portfolio.
 
You will find clear progression paths here and also the chance to work alongside some truly amazing people.
 
You should be a pro-active and enthusiastic team member who wishes to make a name for themselves generally within the world of Commercial Dispute Resolution.
 
Business development is also part of the role and you will be happy to buy into the firms' strategic approach with regards to business development. 
 
As well as above average basic salary there are other perks and benefits associated with working for this firm.
 
This is an outstanding opportunity in Nottingham within a noted department. Approach us in confidence for this not to be missed opportunity at 2-4 years PQE level for commercial dispute resolution.

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