Commercial Litigation Partner

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Location
England, Chester, Cheshire
Salary
£60000 - £100000 per annum + Excellent Benefits
Posted
10 Oct 2017
Closes
07 Nov 2017
Ref
BBBH15212
Contact
Dawn Everton
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Full time

Are you a commercial litigation Partner considering a move away from your current firm and keen to secure a role within a Legal 500 law firm? Are you looking for a role that can offer you genuine work/life balance without the pressure of KPI's?


If so, then this role could be for you.

You will advise on all aspects of commercial litigation and disputes within a firm that has carved itself out a real niche advising a range of celebrities, wealthy landowners and the nobility.


You will take on a challenging and varied caseload comprising of commercial disputes, and advising and representing clients in all forms of dispute forums (litigation, arbitration, mediation etc) on a very varied range of disputes.

With the team in an expansion phase currently, which will continue over the next couple of years, this is an ideal time for an ambitious partner to lead this team. You will be at the forefront of a major push, gain early exposure to business development activities and be a focal point of the department from a very early stage.

Due to the size of my client's practice, they can offer a work/life balance that just cannot be achieved at large scale corporate/commercial practices. Part time or flexible working can be considered, without having to sacrifice client quality.

For additional information, please contact Dawn Everton at QED Legal via the details provided.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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