Commercial Litigation Solicitor

G2 Legal Limited
Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Full time
£60,000 - £70,000
4 days ago
An outstanding opportunity has become available for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor to join a full-service, independent law firm providing bespoke legal solutions to businesses and the healthcare sector. This firm offers a generous benefits package including hybrid working and up to 25 days paid annual holiday.

Firm benefits include:
  • Up to 25 paid working days holiday per annum
  • Private Healthcare Insurance
  • Recruitment bonuses
  • Opportunities to listen to guest speakers
  • Chance to attend well-being workshops
  • Personal Trainer Sessions
  • Numerous social activities and engagements organised throughout the year

Ideal candidate skills and qualifications:
  • Ideally, with 3PQE+ but this is not essential
  • Have excellent IT and verbal and written communication skills
  • Initiative and ability to work in a team

About the role:

This expert litigation team focuses on the full spectrum of commercial litigation work with all general businesses and has also launched a new service to help dental practice owners and associates avoid difficulties and any potential disputes over pay. They have a specialist and niche team who have extensive experience in the dental sector and have a wealth of knowledge of NHS contracts, Denplan and Practice Plan contracts, and Associate Agreements.

If you are a Commercial Litigation Solicitor, then please apply directly via the link. For further information please contact Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal Recruitment.


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