Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Posted 20 September by Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited

Commercial litigation lawyer sought by this expanding Cheshire law firm.

Your new company

This law firm has a track record of success and has continued to expand in recent years. The firm has strong and well recognised brand.

Your new role

This commercial litigation position will see you play a role in the management of the litigation team. You will be involved in an interesting mix of disputes work including shareholder, partnership, warranty and indemnity disputes as well as mainstream commercial litigation matters.

What you'll need to succeed

You should be an experienced commercial litigation lawyer, ideally with 10+ years' pqe. Whilst you do not need to have a following you should have built a strong network of connections. This role will also involve you in supervising more junior fee earners and so you should have gained experience of managing others.

What you'll get in return

This is an excellent opportunity to join a firm that can provide access to some high quality work for an established client base. There are plenty of opportunities to take your career forward in this progressive firm that has a clearly defined strategy.

What you need to do now

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