Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Employer
Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment
Location
Sheffield
Salary
£45k - 55k per year
Closing date
1 May 2021

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Job Details

A Commercial Litigation Solicitor is sought by a South Yorkshire law firm. A small but growing niche commercial solicitors' firm based in South Yorkshire are looking for an experienced solicitor to join them and start, develop and grow a new commercial litigation department to supplement their existing corporate and commercial work. Clients are mostly business clients, introduced through existing corporate and commercial property departments. Areas of expertise would be contract disputes, warranty claims on business sales/purchases and property disputes. Office based role, with local clients. Salary levels negotiable. Guide available. Full or part time permanent role.

Company

We are specialist temporary and permanent legal recruitment consultants, based in London & Chester, established in April 2000. We concentrate mainly on high street solicitors firms with some in house posts as well. Over 10,500 lawyers are registered with us. We also assist with impartial recruitment advice, regularly advising candidates and employers on career options together with suitable salary and package levels.

Our company is unique for a number of reasons, including the fact that we donate a chunk of our profits to charity each year. The Ten-Percent Group of Legal Recruitment websites (which include Chancery Lane and Interim Lawyers) gives 10% of annual profits to charity (hence our name). We have carried on with this tradition since we formed the company 14 years ago. So far over £51,000 has been donated to charities in the UK and Africa including LawCare and the CAB.

Contact: Jonathan Fagan, Solicitor (non-practising) 

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