Commercial Litigation Solicitor

2 days left

Recruiter
Location
Exeter
Salary
Competitive + Benefits + 25 Days Hol
Posted
29 Aug 2017
Closes
26 Sep 2017
Ref
PN142286
Contact
Paul Norman
Sector/Practice Area
Transport, Rail
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
Commercial Litigation Solicitor.
 
This Legal 500 firm are very busy in their Exeter based dispute resolution department. 
 
Here they advise local, national and international clients on all manner of litigated matters including:
  • contractual disputes 
  • financial disputes 
  • negligence claims 
  • shareholder litigation 
Due to expansion they are now seeking an excellent and naturally resilient commercial litigation solicitor to join the team in Exeter. 
 
You will work with some high performing and chambers rated colleagues who will assist with your training and development throughout your career to ensure a challenging, stimulating and fulfilling experience.
 
Based from the Exeter office you will advise on a quality case load, but also have the work life balance which is unobtainable in so many other locations. 
 
Excellent salary and benefits including life/health insurance, 25 days holiday, parking space, pension and free legal services. 
 
To apply for this commercial litigation solicitor vacancy click on apply now and send your CV through for consideration. Alternatively call Paul Norman on 01179 000 888, for a confidential conversation about this and other vacancies within the South West region. Formed in 1999, G2 Legal Limited is one of the largest, privately owned legal recruitment companies with offices throughout the UK and in Sydney, Australia. We are a fully accredited member of APSCO.

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