Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Recruiter
Location
England, Greater Manchester, Wigan
Salary
£30000 - £45000 per annum
Posted
04 Aug 2017
Closes
01 Sep 2017
Ref
CRN53120
Contact
Charlotte Newton
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Full time

We are working exclusively with a well-established legal practice in Wigan looking to complement their commercial litigation team with a Commercial Litigation Solicitor.

The work is high quality and you will benefit from an impressive client base with the opportunity to pick up an existing caseload involving general commercial litigation, with a slight focus on property litigation due to the firm's large portfolio of property clients.

The successful Commercial Litigation Solicitor will have at least 3 years' PQE, though if you believe you have considerably more years' experience, please do still apply as we would like to hear from all candidates interested in the role.

To give you an idea of the current set up, you will work as part of a team of two alongside a senior partner; so a small but busy team.

We really like this role as it offers good quality work alongside the chance to be part of a highly regarded firm with very real progression opportunities for the successful Commercial Litigation Solicitor.

If you are interested in hearing more about this opportunity, please contact Charlotte Newton at Sacco Mann or apply directly and we will get in touch.

For more information about our offers and opportunities please visit the Sacco Mann website.

*Please note our advertisements use PQE and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.

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