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City of London, London
about 1 year ago
A successful company based in Central London is seeking a talented Commercial Litigation Lawyer to join their collaborative and inclusive team. It's an excellent opportunity for a Commercial Solicitor in London. The Litigation Lawyer job comes with a salary reflective of the importance of the role, depending on experience and potential.
The Litigation Solicitor will get hands-on experience dealing directly with clients, and assisting on larger projects, working in one of the best litigation boutiques in London.
To succeed in this role in a highly specialised and committed disputes team, the corporate solicitor will need to be:
A qualified, driven and exceptionally highly motivated solicitor between NQ-2PQE
Someone with hands-on experience in substantial international corporate litigation and arbitration
Preferably, a candidate with commercial fraud litigation/international asset recovery experience
Our client has a strong international bias and is looking for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor with experience in dealing with high level and complex commercial litigation matters. The legal role could have an element of travel to it as the firm has a diverse range of clients internationally based and is, therefore, an extremely exciting opportunity. COVID-19 will be factored into all business and travel based decisions.
If you're keen to make an exciting new career move as a Commercial Litigation Lawyer earning a competitive salary in an inclusive and supportive firm, please contact David Holden at Search Legal for more information.
Due to COVID-19, you'll only be expected to enter your new office environment when it's deemed safe to do so. All interviews will be conducted online or by phone. Your health and safety are of primary importance to Search Consultancy and our client.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.