A highly regarded law firm based in Colchester is seeking a skilled Dispute Resolution Solicitor or Legal Executive to join their newly revamped team. As the firm continues to experience growth, they require additional support to meet the demands of their expanding caseload. This role offers a diverse and stimulating civil litigation caseload, which includes property litigation and other civil matters. It's important to note that personal injury cases will not be part of this role.
The Role: Within the team, specialists focus on contentious probate and commercial litigation. However, as the Dispute Resolution Solicitor/Legal Executive, you will handle a wide range of civil cases that do not fall within those specialist categories, including property litigation. This exciting opportunity is suitable for both full-time and part-time candidates, with the option of a four-day workweek. The firm fully supports hybrid working arrangements if required. However, they do encourage office-based work to foster team bonding and collaboration.
About the Firm: Our client is a distinguished legal 500 law firm, known for their expertise and dedication to client service. They take pride in providing exceptional legal solutions to a diverse clientele.
Requirements: To excel in this role, you should have a few years of experience in litigation, enabling you to seamlessly handle a full caseload from day one. The firm provides ample support, including a team leader and paralegal-level assistance, to ensure you can focus on delivering the highest quality of work to clients.
How to Apply: For a full discussion about this exciting opportunity, interested candidates can reach out to Clara at 07971 493048 or via email at email@example.com.
Join our client's thriving team and be a part of their continued success in providing top-notch legal services. This is your chance to further develop your skills, work on a diverse caseload, and contribute to a supportive and collaborative work environment. Take the next step in your career journey today!