Financial Markets Litigation Solicitor

City Of London
£80000 - £95000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus Scheme + Benefits
03 Aug 2017
31 Aug 2017
Annabel Corcoran
A senior level financial markets litigation solicitor position has arisen within a top 20 firm's City office.
This well-known international law firm has offices globally and nationally, with a highly successful London office based in the heart of the City. Recognised as leaders across several sectors, the financial services department is no exception. Alongside the highest quality of work, the firm also offers collegiate, supportive working environment.
There is now an opportunity for you as a financial markets litigation solicitor to join the high ranking department of this City firm. You will work on a full range of high-profile and high-value work disputes and regulatory investigations, including international work.
To be successful in your application you will possess the following attributes:
- Fully qualified financial markets litigation solicitor (ideally 4-7 years' PQE)
- Expertise in financial markets litigation gained at a similar City firm
- Business development and marketing skills
- Supervisory experience
- Top academics
This is a rare and exciting opportunity for you as a financial markets litigation solicitor to join this top 20 City firm in a supervisory role.
For more information and to be considered, please apply now. 

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