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about 1 month ago
Alford & Bishop
Salary: £45000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Attractive Pa
Location: East Sussex, Kent, West Sussex
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Gavin Sladden
Sector: Litigation, Civil Litigation
Category: Solicitor Jobs
Civil Litigation Solicitor
East Sussex, West Sussex, Kent
£45,000 - £60,000

Civil Litigation Solicitor - This is a fantastic opportunity to join a top southern practice handling a quality caseload and offering you the chance to further your career.

Our clients are a modern and progressive Sussex practice that are known for their outstanding service, first class advice and advanced business model. They are now looking for a further civil litigation solicitor to join their team at their Sussex office. You will need at least 5 years + relevant case handling experience, managing a range of civil disputes.
You will be taking on a caseload of landlord & tenant matters, land disputes, will disputes, debt collection, negligence claims, building disputes and PI disputes.

In return they offer a competitive salary, benefits and the opportunity to work at the highest level handling quality work. Long term career development prospects with the firm are second to none. Please contact Gavin Sladden, Andrew Bishop or submit your CV as directed below. All applications are dealt with in the strictest of confidence and firms will not be approached without your consent. We will hold your details on our data base until such time as you ask us to remove them. Please note that our advertisements use PQE levels and salary levels purely as a guide.

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