- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- ENGLAND GB
Senior Dispute Resolution Solicitor
A smart, business minded Litigation Solicitor is wanted for a fantastic opportunity with an ambitious, York based Legal 500 law firm. Applications are invited from high flying Civil and Commercial Litigation Solicitors with at least 5 years experience managing broad dispute resolution matters on behalf individuals and entrepreneurs.
As an award winning, Legal 500 ranked national law firm my client is continuing to make key hires as it looks to gain market share across its services for business and the individual.
The successful Commercial Solicitor will join a specialist team managing a challenging and rewarding caseload of matters for a diverse client base. On a day to day basis, the successful solicitor will manage a varied caseload of construction, contractual, insurance and property related disputes within this award winning team.
Applications are invited from dynamic, business minded Dispute Resolution Solicitors looking to get closer to the deals and boost their careers in a friendly and supportive legal environment. Candidates should possess at least 5 years experience managing a varied civil or commercial dispute resolution caseload within a regional or national setting and be confident in the abilities they have picked up so far.
A fantastic York based legal opportunity. Apply now for immediate consideration.
Please contact Cameran Waite, Recruitment Consultant - Yorkshire, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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