Insolvency Solicitor

Posted 28 May by The Legists

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INSOLVENCY SOLICITOR 4 -6 PQE, GREATER MANCHESTER, This Top 100 firm based in the North West needs a talented Insolvency Solicitor to join their thriving practice. JOB REF: 5602

JOB TITLE:        Insolvency Solicitor
EXPERIENCE:   4 - 6 years’ PQE
LOCATION:      Greater Manchester
SALARY:          On application

•The appointed solicitor will serve as a representative for clients in court proceedings, arbitration, and mediation, consistently advocating for their interests.

•You will advise clients on restructuring strategies and insolvency proceedings, providing tailored solutions to meet their needs.

•The successful candidate must possess the ability to manage contentious cases and/or transactions concerning restructuring and insolvency. You'll offer clients customised solutions to address their requirements, encompassing restructuring strategies and insolvency procedures.

•The ideal candidate will have 4 to 6 years’ PQE and experience in Restructuring & Insolvency law.

•To apply contact Lauren Harris at eNL on or email with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion.

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Reference: 52481474

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