Litigation Lawyer

  • Job Reference: W/28379
  • Date Posted: 18 June 2024
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: South East London
  • Salary: £60,000 to £70,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Career Development
  • Sector: Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Litigation Lawyer
Southeast London, Kent
£60,000 - £70,000

Litigation Lawyer– This is the perfect opportunity for a 5+PQE Litigation Solicitor or Legal Executive looking to take the next step in their career. Our clients, with offices in Kent, Surrey and London have asked us to find them a further Litigation Lawyer to join their team.

About the Role  
Due to planned retirement, our client is now in need of a Litigation Lawyer with a good amount of experience in general civil and some commercial litigation. You will be advising clients on the law relating to contested Wills and Inheritance Act claims, debt recovery, landlord & tenant matters, contract disputes, employment disputes and PI.

Candidate Requirements
They are looking for a Lawyer with a good track record, who has a solid grounding in a range of litigation matters and who can market and go out and devlop the work. The ability to deliver excellent customer service and show empathy during a trying time in the clients lives is essential. Being a member of ACTAPS would be advantageous, however not essential.

On Offer
Long term career prospects are excellent with this progressive, forward thinking practice. This is a great opportunity to join a well-managed firm with plenty of goodwill in an affluent location. They offer a competitive salary, flexible working and support within a wonderful team.

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