Commercial Litigation Solicitor - Work from Home 1 day a week!

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Location
England, Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary
£0.00 per annum
Posted
11 Oct 2017
Closes
08 Nov 2017
Ref
BBBH15247
Contact
Dawn Everton
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Permanent

Commercial Litigation Solicitor - Manchester - Work From Home 1 Day a Week!

This role would suit someone who would be interested in joining a highly regarded, top tier law firm, that offers big ticket work, and a clear pathway to progression. You will be offered the opportunity to spend a day a week working from home.

As the successful candidate, you will ideally have worked in an international, or strong national law firm, and be competent in dealing with a broad range of litigation matters including breach of contract, property litigation, professional negligence and commercial disputed.. You will ideally be technically strong in dealing with litigation matters .

The firm has been around for many years and enjoys a superb reputation internationally which continues to flourish.

The firm very much adopts a quality over quantity approach. It prefers to focus on their clients satisfaction and results that their clients are happy with rather than trying to bill as much as possible on each matter and setting high targets. They adopt a very "grown up" type attitude across the practice and allow their lawyers plenty of autonomy which they feel creates a happier and more productive firm and allows them to continue to provide a very client centered service.

Must be abmbitious and dynamic and be keen to get involved in the development of the team.


If the above role sounds of interest please get in touch with Dawn at QED legal.

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