Civil Litigation Lawyer
Fast paced, and growing company are keen to hear from experienced civil litigation lawyers, who are looking to develop their skills, within a supportive and friendly team.
You will ideally have a background of working on a litigation caseload, whether that be a housing lit, or property litigation caseload, from either a private practice or government in-house legal team, for consideration with this role.
Your caseload will primarily be made up of cases in litigation or pre-litigation stages, and you will be required to run the case from start to completion, together wiht attending to court work where required. This is an extremely varied and complex caseload of matters, and you will have the benefit of a close mentoring relationship with your manager, to assist and develop you in managing the cases efficiently.
In return for your commitment and expertise, you will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary, and excellent working hours, with a degree of flexibility.
The organisation is rapidly expanding, and the friendly and collegiate atmosphere, mean that it is a genuinely great place to work, with an excellent quality and variety of work.
For more information on this role, please contact Hannah Cottam at Sellick Partnership.
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