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Gilson Gray
Location: Edinburgh
Job type: Permanent
Category: Solicitor Jobs
Commercial Litigation
Solicitor Gilson Gray LLP



The Role

Our award winning, twelve strong, commercial litigation team is headed by Rosie

Walker and operates in both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our core expertise is commercial litigation but we also specialize in property litigation, contentious construction, public law (including election law) and clinical negligence. We represent clients in the Court of Session, Sheriff Courts, Tribunals and in ADR.
We are creating a new role for a qualified solicitor to join our commercial litigation team. We are looking for someone who:- • can work closely within our current team • has experience of litigation in Scotland • will take responsibility for their own case load with appropriate supervision and support • has a clear, confident, straightforward style of communication • is organized • has strong IT and document/data management skills • is ambitious and motivated
You will be joining a team that has acted for clients in some of the most high- profile cases in Scotland in recent years. You will be expected to take responsibility for achieving results for clients while meeting budgetary targets.
We anticipate the role suiting someone with 0-5 years PQE but would also consider

more experienced candidates including those with a client following.
Gilson Gray LLP is an exciting, ambitious firm who have expanded rapidly since launching in 2014. Our people are central to our success so recruiting and retaining the right individuals to complement our existing teams is seen as key to further growth.
Reporting to: Rosie Walker – Partner, Head of Litigation
Keith Anderson – Partner, Litigation


Additional Information

All interested candidates should send their CV to recruitment@gilsongray.co.uk by 30t

h August 2019. No agencies

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