This highly tiered legal 500 City of London firm, are looking for a knowledgeable Litigation Solicitor to join their award-winning team. There is a clear pathway to Partnership as this like to grow organically and promote from within. This is highlighted by the fact the majority of their Partners are homegrown.
Originally established a quarter of a century ago by 3 founding partners, this firm now boasts 14 highly-skilled partners overseeing several different sectors. Focusing on long-term relationships with clients, they deal with large institutions on complex transactions, entrepreneurial businesses, and individuals on domestic and international matters.
The firm has a wonderfully modern outlook as they pride themselves on an open, collaborative structure where career development is hugely encouraged. A large focus is placed on Real Estate, Real Estate Finance and Banking, Corporate and Commercial Litigation. This practice is well known for its high-quality legal craft that provides a bespoke and personal service to all its clients.
The firm is looking for a ambitious Litigation Solicitor to work out of their flourishing City of London office. There is the option of hybrid working 2-3 days each week.
You will be working in a busy litigation team, supporting their 3 market-leading partners. The department deals with a broad range of disputes including commercial disputes, shareholder disputes, property litigation and professional negligence.
The department has good support from newly qualified solicitors, trainees and Paralegals. They are looking for someone who is able to hit the ground running, take over a busy caseload, whilst supporting the Partners.
With this role comes a real opportunity to progress to partnership. There is no time limit in place for this to happen.
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This is a unique opportunity for a Litigation Solicitor (3-5 PQE) to join this leading legal 500 ranked firm based in the City of London.
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