We're working with one of our long-standing clients based in Chester city Centre as they're looking to make a key hire within Commercial Litigation team and keen to meet with solicitors at a Senior Associate/Partner level to join their busy, established team.
As a Commercial Litigation Partner with this firm, you will be handling a real mix of commercial litigation work for a range of clients across different sectors. Alongside being technically strong - the firm are looking for someone to be confident client facing. Although a following isn't required (rare for this level of a role) there is a need to present well and network within the already established client base (alongside the regarded Corporate team), as well as grow your own name in the market.
Due to the firm's reputation within the Chester market, they have some real quality solicitors as well clients and due to the seniority of the role there is flexibility for this Commercial Litigation Partner as to what the specifics look like dependent on your own skillset - there is opportunity for partnership, man-management or just focusing on fee-earning dependent on your preference.
The firm know that this Commercial Litigation Partner position does present lots of responsibility and opportunity for someone and for that reason are offering a competitive salary and bonus structure. The team have worked closely together for some time and they're looking for someone to become a real part of this. As a firm, they're well liked and as a culture they're known for their flexibility and genuinely cohesive working environment across the whole firm.
If you would like to apply for this legal role then please contact James Barker at Sacco Mann or submit your CV below. If this isn't the role for you, but you would like to discuss the market in more detail please contact James Barker for a confidential chat to discuss the opportunities we have available.
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