Commercial Litigation Associate
Role Title: Commercial Litigation Associate
Location: Central London
Salary: Dependent on Experience
A long established London firm with several offices and Top 200 status are recruiting a Commercial Litigation Associate to join their team. The team is rated as 'Top Tier' by the Legal 500, and also commended in Chambers & Partners. Senior team members are recognised as 'Leading Individuals' in the Legal 500 and 'Ranked Lawyer' in Chambers and Partners.
The current team comprises of 12 lawyers who have specialists dealing with Construction, Regulatory (including health & safety) and financial services work.Their clients come from a range of business sectors and comprise a diverse range of organisations - from major corporations and companies to SMEs, to financial institutions, investment funds and professional services firms, as well as high net worth individuals.
You will be an experienced Commercial Litigation Solicitor, with around 3-6 years PQE, and currently be working within a large regional or City Firm. Ideally candidates will have a general commercial litigation background, although specialist areas will also be considered.
The overriding ethos is results driven and supportive in a collegiate environment, and this approach benefits the individual and the firm as a whole. This is one of the most modern, dynamic and forward-thinking practices in the area, who are highly recommended by clients and employees alike.
This is an exceptional opportunity for the right candidate to further develop their skills and reputation in this practice area at a firm committed to ambitious growth and where individual commercial innovation is actively encouraged.
Please note salary has been generated by Kinton Blake for guidance only.
If this sounds of interest, please contact Sophia Morris at Kinton Blake on 01273 462666 for a confidential discussion and more information or please send your CV across for immediate consideration.
Location: London | Salary: 55000 - 85000 per year | Job type: Permanent