Commercial Litigation NQ Solicitor
A business minded Commercial Solicitor is wanted for a fantastic opportunity with an established, boutique, law firm. Applications are invited from newly qualified (NQ) Commercial Solicitors who have broad commercial litigation experience involving varied a SME and OMB client base. Salary is upwards of £26,000 with lots of scope for progression and internal development.
An established law firm with an excellent reputation delivers a high quality legal service to local and regional business.
The successful Commercial Litigation Solicitor (NQ) will join a specialist team managing a challenging and rewarding caseload of commercial litigation matters for a SME and OMB client base. Day to day duties will include the management of a varied commercial litigation case-load- joint venture disputes, landlord and tenant disputes, contractual breaches etc- and lots of face to face to client work aimed at maintaining high levels of service the department is known for- developing existing relationships and cultivating new ones. The role will offer lots of opportunity to develop new skills under the guidance of experienced leadership.
Applications are invited from ambitious Commercial Solicitors looking to start making a name for themselves amongst the local and regional business community. Candidates should possess at least one seat, or previous experience, within a commercial or commercial litigation department.
Apply now to this fantastic Central Leeds based legal opportunity with salary upwards of £26,000.
Please contact Cameran Waite, Recruitment Consultant - In House, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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