Insolvency Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by The Legists

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Insolvency Solicitor, 4 - 6 PQE, Greater Manchester. Exciting opportunity to join a Top 100 Law Firm based in the North West in a client facing role. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Lauren on and quote Job Ref: 5951

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

OVERVIEW:
•Managing a diverse caseload of Insolvency matters.
•Representing clients in court proceedings, arbitration, and mediation, consistently advocating for their interests.
•Advising clients restructuring strategies and insolvency proceedings
•The appointed Solicitor will have 4 to 6 years’ PQE and experience in Restructuring & Insolvency law.
•You will be able to handle complex cases and transactions related to restructuring and insolvency.
•Excellent communication and negotiation skills.
•Competitive salary

HOW 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: 52698420

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