Civil Litigation Solicitor

  • Job Reference: W/26292
  • Date Posted: 18 February 2021
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: Norfolk
  • Salary: £34,000 to £38,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Career Development
  • Sector: Civil Litigation
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Civil Litigation Solicitor
Norfolk
£34,000 - £38,000
W/26292

Civil Litigation Solicitor - This 10+ partner, full service firm with offices across East Anglia have asked us to find them a further civil litigation solicitor to join their highly regarded department at their Norfolk based office.

About the Role
Joining this dynamic and experienced dispute resolution team, you will be tasked with managing your own caseload under minimal supervision. The team act for a variety of clients on a wide range of litigation claims, that include:
-        Contract disputes
-        Professional negligence matters
-        Property & boundary disputes
-        Building disputes
-        Debt collection
-        Contested probate and estate matters

Candidate Requirements
They are interested in hearing from candidates with:
-        Strong academic background
-        1+ years PQE
-        Excellent client care skills
-        Ability to work well in a team

On offer
This firm can offer top quality work and the perfect environment for an ambitious solicitor looking to broaden their experience and develop their career further. On offer is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career, competitive salary and benefits package that includes:
-        Matched pension
-        Death in service
-        25 days holiday
-        Ongoing training
-        Christmas closing

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