Commercial Litigation Solicitor 2-4years PQE
Excellent benefits package
The client is a highly regarded leading Legal 500 law firm based in North Yorkshire, that seeks to appoint a qualified Commercial litigation solicitor ideally with 2-4 years PQE to join their highly ranked commercial litigation team, working a varied and challenging case-load.
This progressive law firm promotes a modern and adaptable approach to working and the successful Commercial Litigation Solicitor will gain experience working across a wide spectrum of commercial disputes work across general litigation, property litigation and contentious probate.
A common factor in the department's contentious work is the quality and complexity of disputes they're providing support in to their clients. The chosen Commercial Litigation Solicitor will play a central part in significant, high-value, complex cases that are extremely important to a diverse client base and their businesses.
There will be an expectation that the chosen Commercial Litigation Solicitor is able to hit the ground running and work closely with Senior member of the team on exciting and complex client cases. This role offers a true opportunity for personal and professional growth.
It'll be expected that you've gained experience at an established regional or city firm. In return, along with comprehensive support, training and development opportunities, a competitive salary will be offered to you plus a flexible benefits package.
This opportunity will suit an ambitious and driven Commercial Litigation Solicitor who is looking to develop their long-term career in Commercial Litigation.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for one of the most reputable firms in the region
Please contact Amy Turner, Divisional Head, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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