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5 months ago
Clayton Legal
Salary: £30000 - £50000 per annum
Location: Preston
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5, PQE 6-9
Contact: Lauren Connors
Sector: Commercial Litigation
Category: Solicitor Jobs

A leading Lancashire Law firm are looking for an experienced Commercial litigator to join their expanding commercial brand.

They are well regarded in their Commercial division and are expanding in this area, it is an exciting time to join this commercial team who are dealing with a variety of Commercial litigation matters.

They are looking for dynamic, ambitious litigators that want to be part of the growth of this team. They have various offices through out Lancashire and can accommodate Solicitors to work within any of them. They are a forward thinking practice that cover services to both businesses and individuals across the area. they are particularly interested in Commercial litigation experience ideally within construction related matters but this is not essential.

They offer fantastic rates of pay and benefits packages, they are looking for local candidates that are currently travelling into other cities that want the flexibility of working close to home but for a leading commercial practice with career progression. They have over the last few years taken on some high end dynamic Solicitors in this area and therefore looking for like minded people.

Their office locations are in Lytham, Chorley and Preston and the salary is negotiable depending upon experience. If you would like further details then please respond through the apprropriate links.

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