Commercial Litigation Solicitor - Cambridge
A commercial law firm are looking to recruit to its dispute resolution team with the recruitment of a solicitor to its Cambridge office.
The ideal candidate will have between 2-7 years PQE and will be working alongside the partner in Cambridge on a broad range of litigation matters including things like contract disputes, company/shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, Intellectual property disputes, insolvency litigation and contentious probate and trusts work. It is expected that you will be able to demonstrate experience in some of these areas, but further training and support will be given if there are matters that you do not have as much experience with.
The Cambridge office of this regional heavyweight commercial law firm continues to go from strength to strength and has seen a number of high profile hires recently and considerable growth.
The litigation team in this office is a new team (although they do enjoy an excellent reputation in this area in terms of their other offices). They have appointed an experienced head of department for this office to spearhead the development of the department and are looking to further expand this team with the recruitment of a lawyer to not only run their own caseload and assist on larger disputes but to also get actively involved in the business development activities with current and potential clients.
They will offer a fantastic benefits package including quantifiable perks such as good salary, bonuses, generous holiday entitlement, private pension scheme, income protection, health insurance, childcare vouchers as well as other things such as flexible working.
As well as the above great progression prospects and ongoing training and support will be provided. This is a firm that takes pride in the fact that they progress hard working, ambitious and talented people quickly and offer a structured career path and ongoing training and development.
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