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9 months ago
Chadwick Nott
Salary: Negotiable
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 2, PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5
Contact: Emily Oakes
Sector: Banking and Finance Litigation, Commercial Litigation
Category: Solicitor Jobs

A commercial litigation lawyer is now wanted for an exciting civil fraud focused role, with a top tier firm in central London.

This role will suit a litigation specialist who is looking to join an international firm with a hefty brand and reputation in the legal marketplace. Salary and benefits will be set at a competitive rate.

My client is a top 50 firm and is well known for its links to transport. In addition, the practice is regarded for its work in financial services, corporate, funds, litigation and fraud (white collar and crime).

The successful commercial litigation lawyer will be extremely well-versed in civil fraud and ideally be a specialist in this field. The work will offer in international and domestic element with knowledge required in freezing orders, high value and complex matters, as well as injunction relief.

Applications are invited from those at associate level, ideally with 2 - 5 years PQE, and a very strong academic background.

For more information on this role and for a confidential discussion, please call the London office.


Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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