Litigation Solicitor

  • Job Reference: W/28344
  • Date Posted: 19 March 2024
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: South East London
  • Salary: £60,000 to £70,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Highly Attractive Package
  • Sector: Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Property Litigation
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Litigation Solicitor
Kent, Southeast London
£60,000 - £70,000
W/28344

Litigation Solicitor - This is an exciting opportunity to join a Legal 500 firm that have been delivering legal advice for over 100 years. This practice is known for their litigation work and due to continued growth are now seeking a further lawyer to join their team.

About the Role
Working closely within a tight knit, highly experienced team and with strong support, you will need to have solid background knowledge on a wide range of litigation. The current caseload consists of general litigation such as property & land disputes, landlord & tenant, as well as debt recovery, contentious probate, employment law and contractual and consumer disputes.

Candidate Requirements
They are looking at candidates with at least 4+ years PQE, and who have relevant experience of working in a busy dispute resolution department. You will be expected to deliver excellent client care, participate in marketing and networking activities and oversee and support junior members of the team.

On offer
This is a very good opportunity to join a progressive, well managed Legal 500 firm. They offer a competitive salary, bonus, generous holiday entitlement, contribution to legal fees, death in service, birthday off, Health Plan, Private Medical Insurance, to name a few.

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