Top 100 firm | Restructuring & Insolvency Associate |
The firm has a rich heritage dating back over 50 years; they are a multi-service, Top 100 practice. They pride themselves on being dynamic, entrepreneurial and forward-thinking. In recent years the firm has grown significantly with a number of strategic hires.
They are multi-award winning and have a working culture which truly harnesses career growth and development. They have an ever-growing number of homegrown partners which demonstrates well the level of investment they provide to their staff.
The practice deals with such a wide variety of clients, ranging from technology SME, right up to multinational FTSE 250, household names.
The firm is well managed, with a strong leadership team. Partners are more accessible than in other similar-sized firms, even down to the open-plan seating. This way of working has helped more junior Lawyers to obtain a level of PQE ahead of their years.
You will find a working environment that is professional, friendly and supportive. There is a good social scene where there are lots of different events to get involved with. Despite the firm's size, they have a lovely family feel running throughout.
The firm are looking for an Insolvency Solicitor 3 years to join their thriving and growing office in Crawley, Sussex.
In this role, you will be joining one of the south coasts fastest growing insolvency teams. You will be dealing with a mixed caseload, varying in size, complexity and net worth giving an ambitious solicitor/legal executive fantastic caseload exposure putting you ahead of your years in PQE.
In terms of clients, as a result of the firms' fantastic connections, you will be dealing with a broad variety of stakeholders, instructions and large businesses. Your role will consist of providing advice on solvency matters amongst a highly experienced team.
This is an exceptional opportunity to join a highly ranked firm in their Crawley, Sussex office.
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