Commercial Litigation Solicitor

G2 Legal Limited
25 Nov 2021
25 Nov 2021
Contract Type
Full Time
My client is a legal 500 firm giving legal advice across Devon, the South West, and further afield. They are very busy in their commercial litigation department and are seeking an additional solicitor to join their team in Exeter.

The commercial litigation team has continued to grow organically across its offices, building talent from within its ranks. They act for a wide range of clients from individuals, small businesses, charities, hotel chains, and national housing associations - You'll be hard-pressed to find a more impressive client list.

You may be a newly qualified solicitor coming from an existing commercial litigation team, looking to take a step up in your career, or have up to around 5 years PQE searching for a more personalised environment. Either way, this could be the role for you!

The focus of the role will be acting for clients in a range of commercial and land-related manners, so ideally you will have experience in property litigation, including residential tenancy and commercial leases, but this is not an absolute. In addition to relevant experience, you should have excellent client care skills, with a clear strategy for your career, and be willing to assist with business development within the firm.

With a straightforward approach, my bespoke client understands that real value lies within their own people, so there is a particular emphasis on supporting their staff and cultivating a healthy culture of challenge and expectation with support/care.

Alongside a competitive salary range (GBP36,000 - GBP65,000) which will be dependent on your experience/expertise, and flexible working, you will receive a generous range of employee benefits representative of a Legal 500 firm.

To join this friendly and successful team and advise a loyal client base on quality interesting work, just click on *apply now* to send your CV through for consideration. Alternatively, call or email Paul Norman at G2 Legal for a confidential discussion.

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