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Financial Services - Disputes and Investigations

Posted 7 February by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment Easy Apply Ended

My client is one of the UK's largest Law firms. Due to a period of expansion the client has an exciting opportunity for a Qualified Solicitor to join the teams financial services dispute and investigations team (FSDI).

As an integral part of the firms FSDI team you will be required to run a caseload of contested mortgage repossession matters and be able to pursue them to trial, where applicable, with limited supervision. You will need to be able to contribute to the wider teams knowledge base and be able to supervise other more junior lawyers with their caseload of mortgage repossession claims.

The ideal candidate will be a 2-4 year qualified lawyer with initial experience in handling mortgage related litigation. Ideally you will have some knowledge of the Civil Procedure rules and be up to date with the changes affected by the Jackson reforms. Ideally you will also have experience of pursuing civil litigation cases to trial and be able to provide sound, technical and commercial advice.

On offer is an excellent starting salary and the chance to work for one of the UK's leading firms.

Please contact Steven Collings (Recruitment Consultant) to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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