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    Litigation Solicitor

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Litigation
  • Location: Worcester, Worcestershire
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 02/10/2018
  • Job reference: 34569_1538465596

Are you a Litigation Solicitor seeking your next opportunity?

The Role:

A Lexcel accredited firm is looking for a Litigation Solicitor to join their team in Worcester. The role itself will require you to deal with a substantial and complex caseload.

Requirements:

The successful Litigation Solicitor will have a PQE in the region of 7 years with a strong Litigation background. Civil Litigation experience would be advantageous but not required.

You will be able to manage your own fee income against your targets and have the ability to work under pressure, as well as part of a team. Experience of Lexcel standards is preferred, but training can be provided if not.

Benefits:
Salary is open and negotiable based on experience.

If this Litigation Solicitor role is of interest, please call Brett Cahill on 0121 296 3819 or forward your most recent CV to b.cahill@clayton-legal.co.uk.

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