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    Commercial Litigation Solicitor

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Commercial Litigation
  • Location: Kettering, Northamptonshire
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 05/06/2019
  • Job reference: REF232_1559745682

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Legal 500 firm in Northamptonshire for an experienced Commercial Litigation Solicitor.

The successful Commercial Litigation Solicitor will handle their own caseload from instruction to completion. The caseload will include but not be limited to; shareholder disputes, corporate disputes, contractual disputes, professional negligence, breach of contract and insolvency.

The ideal Commercial Litigation Solicitor will have a minimum of 2 years within commercial litigation. You will be able to work autonomously and have a strong attention to detail. Experience of Commercial Property is advantageous.


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If this role is of interest, please call Millie on 0121 296 3819 or forward your most recent CV to

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